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Helping America’s “Most Livable” City Show Results

Posted by Harder+Company on July 10, 2014

At the US Conference of Mayors’ annual meeting in late June, one of our clients was named the nation’s “most livable” small city. The award went to West Sacramento and was based in large part on a program Harder+Company is …

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Helping clients learn more about their impact and effectiveness

Posted by Harder+Company on June 3, 2014

We recently posted a few new client reports to our Publications page. The content of the projects varies widely – from military families to philanthropic practice, sexual assault prevention, community quality of life, nonprofit capacity, and birth outcomes. But each …

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What Works and What Doesn’t: The Hewlett Foundation’s Transparency in Sharing Evaluation Results

Posted by Harder+Company on April 9, 2014

One of the best parts of our work is getting to be a thought partner with clients. As social impact consultants, we’re always eager to help organizations take a closer look at their work and learn more about what is …

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Improving Early Ed Policy and Practice in California

Posted by Harder+Company on March 24, 2014

We’re heading to the Water Cooler Conference this week, the annual gathering that links early childhood to California’s overall education landscape. In the lead up to the conference, we’ve been tracking changes in early education to make sure our own …

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Closing the College Access Gap to Ensure Brighter Futures

Posted by Harder+Company on March 3, 2014

The Pew Research Center issued a new report on the enduring benefits of a college education. Even with college costs rising, the economic—and other—benefits of a college degree are clear. In a summary on Pew’s blog, some major findings are …

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