The New England Center for Children

The New England Center for Children (NECC) was founded in 1975 with a purpose to teach children with autism spectrum diagnoses. The Center opened up new doors for those who had been previously ignored by society, simply because no one understood how to effectively nurture and teach children affected by...

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FIU First Generation Program

Access to higher education is an important measure of progress and an exciting right of passage into young adulthood. It is also something that is financially impossible for thousands of people in the U.S. Programs like the Florida International University’s (FIU) First Generation Scholarship are designed to open the opportunity...

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Nova Southeastern University / Mailman Segal Family Center / Baudhuin School for Young Children

The Mailman Segal Center’s Baudhuin School opened in 1984 to nurture and develop preschool-aged children with speech pathology. Over time, the school has transformed to include children with autism spectrum diagnoses, and now provides comprehensive educational techniques that address speech, coordination and neurological developmental disorders. With a rich history of...

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Fox Trail Elementary School / Autism Cluster Program

The Broward County Public School District in South Florida serves more than 260,000 students in 310 schools and learning institutions. Like educational institutions across the world, schools in Broward County strive to implement new technologies and learning methods that will prepare children for a bright and productive future. Fox Trail...

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Investments that have maximum community impact

You probably know that government-funded projects in the United States face many hurdles. With the onslaught of bureaucracy, regulations, permits, and contracts, many building and infrastructure projects get mired in the process. Often, they are delayed, or costs increase, or timelines slow, or progress stops altogether. You might also know that...

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