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Recent Carnegie Reviews
Bringing New Life to South Africa's Libraries
Carnegie Corporation’s African library program built and revitalized public libraries in South Africa to serve as model centers of learning, communication and technology. This issue of Carnegie Review tells the story of investments to...
A New Civic Mission of Schools
Where will the country’s next generation of leaders come from if young people don’t care? This question was being asked with considerable urgency at Carnegie Corporation in late 2001. At that point, surveys showed Americans under the age of 25 were...
Advancing Adolescent Literacy: The Cornerstone of School Reform
Beginning in 2001, Carnegie Corporation's groundbreaking adolescent literacy initiative aimed to help the country's students achieve academic success and prepare for college and career.
Electoral Reform: Charting the Course to Voter Engagement
For more than a decade Carnegie Corporation has been at the forefront of efforts to catalyze engagement with the electoral process; to promote access to the voting booth for all who have a right to it; to remove the impediments to voting and civic...
Crafting Strategies to Control Biological Weapons
This publication reviews Carnegie Corporation's grantmaking in the biosecurity area.
Strengthening U.S. Democracy through Campaign Finance Reform
Carnegie Corporation sees the troubling relationship between money and politics as one of the symptoms of the growing separation between the U.S. electoral system and the concerns of ordinary citizens. A new Carnegie Review traces the foundation’s...
Strengthening Scholarship and Research in the Former Soviet Union
In 1997-98, Carnegie Corporation embarked on an ambitious program to strengthen higher education in the former Soviet Union, concentrating on the humanities and the social sciences—fields that would be essential players in the societal...