Five Numbers to Remember About Early Childhood Development

December 20, 2017
Research from the Center on the Developing Child (2009) identified the Five Numbers to Remember About Early Childhood Development. What do these five numbers tell us? Getting things right the first time is easier and more effective than trying to fix them later.Early childhood matters because experiences early in life can have a lasting impact on later... more

Black Youth in South King County & South Seattle

December 20, 2017
A new Road Map Report, Start with Us, shows the need for systems to combat racial bias, promote positive school climates, racial identity development, and listen more closely to students. It also includes new data on several dimensions of college readiness and postsecondary success. During focus groups called Listening Sessions, local Black high schoolers shared what mattered... more

Vu Le - Advocating for Equity

November 30, 2017
Vu’s perspective on the nonprofit starvation cycle and nonprofit hunger games, along with his focus on equity and healthy funder and community relationships, has been an important resource for the Stolte Family Foundation. Vu's recent blog post on building power in community aligns with the SFF’s commitment to advocacy and engagement. We know... more