Looking forward, onward, upward, and around the bend is what we do as Social Change Navigators. ‘Ideas in Motion’ is our blog about the journey and a place where we stop to reflect, grapple with the tough stuff, and talk about the bright spots.
Image: Seven Simple Rules for Leaders courtesy of @HelenBevan and @GoranHenriks. Better World Wonder how change makers bring about a better world? Where are their heads? Where do they seek inspiration and wisdom? This is lifted from the CPPR internal newsletter (The...
Futures Thinkers-CPPR director, innovator, and futures thinker Jackie Counts was recently featured in an Early Learning Nation article. Check out how she is helping drive the future of early childhood in Kansas and catch a glimpse of where she seeks inspiration....
Dear Our Tomorrows Partners, Our team has made a push to ensure that all of our organizational partners, community champions, and citizen journalists have the resources they need to collect stories. We have recently become aware of a technical problem with the...
Learn why the Our Tomorrows Project is important and how we’re hoping to inform policy and programs across the country with what we learn.
Sean shares his experience attending the ComNet Conference in Miami, FL.
Jevan shares his experience working at Lawrence’s 2017 Festival of Making and Creativity, ConfabuLarryum.
Keil and Shabrie explain the process of the development of the Lemonade for Life training program.
Learn about some of the technology tools we use to manage multi-state projects.
Megan describes her experience going back to get her PhD while working as a graduate research assistant.
From Navigating the System to Paving the Way for Change: The Transition from Direct Service to Policy Level Social Work
Ember Urbach describes the transition from direct service social work to policy-based social work.
Mallory Rousseau provides an update on the PFS-2 Field Test
Student workers share personal insights about working here at CPPR.
Discussion of work-life balance here at CPPR.
The most common questions from the field about the PFS and our revisions.