Tuesday Round-up [News, 9/16]


ECONOMY/NONPROFITS
Life After Lehman: Nonprofits Brace as Donor Files Bankruptcy (Bloomberg, 9/16)

EDUCATION
Most Students in Remedial Classes in College Had Solid Grades in High School (Chronicle of Higher Ed, 9/15) according to a report from Strong American Schools, a campaign supported by the Gates Foundation and Broad Foundation.
– New publication: “Big Ideas for Children: Investing in Our Nation’s Future” – (wire, 9/15)

PEOPLE
3 Minute Interview: Nadia Moritz, founding director of the Young Women’s Project – “building teen women leaders in Washington, D.C.” (Examiner, 9/16)
Covenant House director Judith Dobbins stepping down (WBJ, 9/15)

GROWTH
Tysons may see massive growth, urban streets (Examiner, 9/16)

HOMELESSNESS
Protestors denounce sale of D.C. land, hope to preserve homeless shelter (WBJ, 9/16)