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Charting a Careful Course in Public Policy Engagement10322GP0|#af3e9879-f65e-40d3-8cc6-25ef5b2f858e;L0|#0af3e9879-f65e-40d3-8cc6-25ef5b2f858e|Advancing Philanthropy;GTSet|#a1e8653d-64cb-48e0-8015-b5826f8c5b61;GP0|#6b3d2eef-1f47-4b7e-b105-bd18b7e1c384;L0|#06b3d2eef-1f47-4b7e-b105-bd18b7e1c384|News<p>T</p><p>he Wallace Foundation has a sizable endowment, but it's not large enough to fund all <a href="https&#58;//nces.ed.gov/pubs2007/overview04/tables/table_2.asp" target="_blank">93,000 public schools in the U.S.</a>, all <a href="/knowledge-center/Documents/Update-Thriving-Arts-Organizations-Thriving-Arts.pdf" target="_blank">48,000 nonprofit arts organizations</a> or the thousands of organizations offering expanded-learning opportunities for children. We therefore work to develop and share credible, useful knowledge that can help others who may never get a grant from us.</p><p> While most of our efforts have been focused on helping share lessons to improve practice, we’ve recently sought to strengthen our approach to sharing lessons with policymakers, as well. </p><p> We are dipping our toes deeper into the waters of policy engagement because we think the evidence we’ve developed can, when it is sufficiently strong, lead to more effective policies, should policymakers choose to incorporate it. But what might that look like? </p><p> If a state were considering changes in policies about school principals, for example, its lawmakers might benefit from becoming familiar with <a href="/knowledge-center/school-leadership/pages/default.aspx">the substantial body of evidence</a> we have collected about what works and what doesn’t in promoting more effective school leadership. Our goal would be to introduce credible information and ideas to legislators so they could devise school leadership policies with the greatest likelihood of improving teaching and learning in schools.</p><p> But we’ve also acknowledged that there are risks to policy engagement. In other words, these waters can be choppy. U.S. law prohibits philanthropies from influencing legislation. And riptides exist even within the firm confines of the law. Policy engagement could pull a foundation into caustic partisan politics, distract it from core areas of expertise or create adverse unintended consequences for those it seeks to help. </p><p> How can a philanthropy navigate such treacherous waters—and manage risk? Kenneth Austin, general counsel at Wallace, recently shared Wallace’s approach to considering and managing the risk to foundations of policy engagements at the <a href="https&#58;//www.cof.org/2018-public-policy-summit" target="_blank">Council on Foundations' Public Policy Summit</a> in Philadelphia.&#160; He laid out the rationale for Wallace to undertake policy engagement, the risks we see in the endeavor and the ways in which we work to mitigate these risks—chiefly by following the principle of “say more, only as we know more” and by offering options and never prescriptions. He also offered a case study from Florida to illustrate the principles we use to determine when we wade into matters of policy and when we choose to stay dry.</p><div class="ms-rtestate-read ms-rte-wpbox"><div class="ms-rtestate-notify ms-rtestate-read 3ecc5a09-485c-4a7f-ad0c-753f546cedfe" id="div_3ecc5a09-485c-4a7f-ad0c-753f546cedfe"></div><div id="vid_3ecc5a09-485c-4a7f-ad0c-753f546cedfe" style="display&#58;none;"></div></div><p> The considerations for thinking about risk and how to manage it may be useful to other philanthropies and nonprofit organizations exploring avenues to inform public policy and legislation. </p><p> You can also download Austin's presentation <a href="/knowledge-center/Documents/COF-Public-Policy-Summit-Wallace-Overview-041318-final-rev2.pdf" target="_blank">here</a>. </p> Wallace editorial team792018-06-06T04:00:00ZYour source for research and ideas to expand high quality learning and enrichment opportunities. Supporting: School Leadership, After School, Summer and Extended Learning Time, Arts Education and Building Audiences for the Arts.6/20/2018 8:34:02 PMThe Wallace Foundation / News and Media / Wallace Blog / Charting a Careful Course in Public Policy Engagement How Wallace determines whether and how to weigh in on matters of 70https://www.wallacefoundation.org/News-and-Media/Blog/Pages/Forms/AllItems.aspxhtmlFalseaspx
Your Top Picks and Ours10336GP0|#6b3d2eef-1f47-4b7e-b105-bd18b7e1c384;L0|#06b3d2eef-1f47-4b7e-b105-bd18b7e1c384|News;GTSet|#a1e8653d-64cb-48e0-8015-b5826f8c5b61<p>Wallace maintains an ever-growing collection of reports, articles, videos and other resources that we have commissioned or produced since the 1990s. &#160;Indeed, the Knowledge Center housing these 300-plus publications covering education leadership, learning and enrichment, and the arts is the heart of our <a href="/">website</a>. Over the last year, we added more than 20 new items to our library. As 2017 draws to a close, we thought we’d look back to see which resources, old and new, resonated most with our readers and which ones we on the Wallace editorial staff think are up and comers.&#160; </p><p>With that here’s our list of Top 10 Downloads of 2017&#58;</p> <table width="750"><tbody><tr><td style="padding&#58;10px 30px;background-color&#58;#7c0041;"> <font style="text-align&#58;center;color&#58;#ffffff;"> <strong>TOP 10 DOWNLOADS FROM JANUARY - NOVEMBER 2017</strong></font></td></tr></tbody></table><table width="750"><tbody><tr style="background-color&#58;#e6e690;"><td style="padding&#58;10px;">Rank</td><td style="padding&#58;10px;">Date Released</td><td style="padding&#58;10px;">Title</td><td style="padding&#58;10px;">YTD</td></tr><tr style="background-color&#58;#fafbed;"><td style="padding&#58;10px;">1</td><td style="padding&#58;10px;">Jan. 2012</td><td style="padding&#58;10px;"> <a href="/knowledge-center/pages/the-school-principal-as-leader-guiding-schools-to-better-teaching-and-learning.aspx"> <em>The School Principal as Leader&#58; Guiding Schools to Better Teaching and Learning</em></a></td><td style="padding&#58;10px;">109,477</td></tr><tr style="background-color&#58;#f7f7db;"><td style="padding&#58;10px;">2</td><td style="padding&#58;10px;">Sep. 2004</td><td style="padding&#58;10px;"> <a href="/knowledge-center/pages/how-leadership-influences-student-learning.aspx"> <em>How Leadership Influences Student Learning</em></a></td><td style="padding&#58;10px;">91,172</td></tr><tr style="background-color&#58;#fafbed;"><td style="padding&#58;10px;">3</td><td style="padding&#58;10px;">Aug. 2010</td><td style="padding&#58;10px;"> <a href="/knowledge-center/pages/three-essentials-to-improving-schools.aspx"> <em>The Three Essentials&#58; Improving Schools Requires District Vision, District and State Support, and Principal Leadership</em></a></td><td style="padding&#58;10px;">33,727</td></tr><tr style="background-color&#58;#f7f7db;"><td style="padding&#58;10px;">4</td><td style="padding&#58;10px;">Feb. 2013</td><td style="padding&#58;10px;"> <strong>StrongNonprofits.org&#58; </strong><a href="/knowledge-center/resources-for-financial-management/pages/fixed-asset-and-depreciation-schedule.aspx"> Fixed Asset and Depreciation Schedule (EXCEL)</a></td><td style="padding&#58;10px;">25,969</td></tr><tr style="background-color&#58;#fafbed;"><td style="padding&#58;10px;">5</td><td style="padding&#58;10px;">Jul. 2010</td><td style="padding&#58;10px;"> <a href="/knowledge-center/Pages/Investigating-the-Links-to-Improved-Student-Learning.aspx"> <em>Learning From Leadership&#58; Investigating the Links to Improved Student Learning</em></a></td><td style="padding&#58;10px;">24,802</td></tr><tr style="background-color&#58;#f7f7db;"><td style="padding&#58;10px;">6</td><td style="padding&#58;10px;">Feb. 2013</td><td style="padding&#58;10px;"> <strong>StrongNonprofits.org&#58; </strong><a href="/knowledge-center/resources-for-financial-management/Pages/Program-Based-Budget-Template.aspx"> Program Based Budget Builder (EXCEL)</a></td><td style="padding&#58;10px;">22,159</td></tr><tr style="background-color&#58;#fafbed;"><td style="padding&#58;10px;">7</td><td style="padding&#58;10px;">May 2017</td><td style="padding&#58;10px;"> <a href="/knowledge-center/Pages/Navigating-Social-and-Emotional-Learning-from-the-Inside-Out.aspx"> <em>Navigating Social and Emotional Learning from the Inside Out</em></a></td><td style="padding&#58;10px;">18,915</td></tr><tr style="background-color&#58;#f7f7db;"><td style="padding&#58;10px;">8</td><td style="padding&#58;10px;">Feb. 2013</td><td style="padding&#58;10px;"> <strong>StrongNonprofits.org&#58; </strong> <a href="/knowledge-center/resources-for-financial-management/Pages/A-Five-Step-Guide-to-Budget-Development.aspx"> A Five-Step Guide to Budget Development</a> </td><td style="padding&#58;10px;">18,459</td></tr><tr style="background-color&#58;#fafbed;"><td style="padding&#58;10px;">9</td><td style="padding&#58;10px;">Jun. 2012</td><td style="padding&#58;10px;"> <a href="/knowledge-center/Pages/The-Making-of-the-Principal-Five-Lessons-in-Leadership-Training.aspx"> <em>The Making of the Principal&#58; Five Lessons in Leadership Training </em></a></td><td style="padding&#58;10px;">16,691</td></tr><tr style="background-color&#58;#f7f7db;"><td style="padding&#58;10px;">10</td><td style="padding&#58;10px;">Jun. 2011</td><td style="padding&#58;10px;"> <a href="/knowledge-center/Pages/Making-Summer-Count-How-Summer-Programs-Can-Boost-Childrens-Learning.aspx"> <em>Making Summer Count&#58; How Summer Programs Can Boost Children’s Learning </em></a></td><td style="padding&#58;10px;">15,708</td></tr></tbody></table><p>&#160;</p><p>So, what struck us? </p><p> <strong>2017 Serves Up a Runaway Best-Seller </strong></p><p>Look at #7 on the list. It’s the only release from this year. In fact, it’s the only release since 2013!&#160; The other publications on the Top 10 list have had much more time and exposure to help them&#160;reach&#160; practitioners, policymakers and others interested in the issues we work on. &#160;Why would a publication barely six months old have such a following?</p><p>Simple answer&#58; social and emotional learning (SEL). </p><p>We’ve known for some time that interest in SEL—the skills outside of academics that students need to be successful in school and later in life—was on the rise. A growing body of research, too, has affirmed the benefits of developing strong SEL skills. What we didn’t know was how much guidance practitioners were looking for. Published in May, <a href="/knowledge-center/pages/navigating-social-and-emotional-learning-from-the-inside-out.aspx"> <em>Navigating Social and Emotional Learning from the Inside Out</em></a> offers a look at 25 top U.S. SEL programs, allowing users to do a scan across programs to assess grade level, settings, the skills they wish to develop and other features so users can adapt programs to their context. As of November 30, 2017 (the latest date for which we have figures), the publication had been downloaded&#160;almost&#160;19,000 times from our website, making it the most popular new release we’ve ever had and pointing to the need for even more research and tools in this growing field. </p><p>We’ve got more evidence on this point. Coming in at the number two spot of top 2017 releases, with 3,540 downloads since May, is a special issue of the journal <a href="/knowledge-center/pages/the-future-of-children-social-and-emotional-learning.aspx"> <em>The Future of Children</em></a> that examines the development of SEL in school and afterschool settings.&#160; </p><p> <strong>Readers Reach for a Classic </strong> <br> <a href="/knowledge-center/Pages/How-Leadership-Influences-Student-Learning.aspx"> <em>How Leadership Influences Student Learning</em></a> may be getting long in the tooth—it was first published in 2004—but it continues to attract large numbers of readers and has become the closest thing that Wallace has to a classic. Written by researchers at the University of Minnesota and the University of Toronto, the report helped establish the importance of school principals to student success. Since it was first issued, this meta-analysis has been downloaded more than half a million times, suggesting there’s an ongoing need for understanding the ins and outs of why school leadership matters.&#160; </p><p> <strong>Nonprofits Welcome Practical Guidance</strong><br> Almost five years ago, Wallace launched a website intended to help afterschool organizations and other nonprofits manage their finances. <a href="http&#58;//www.strongnonprofits.org/">Strongnonprofits.org</a> &#160;is a collection of free tools, how-tos, articles and other features assembled and in some cases created by Fiscal Management Associates, a leading national consulting firm working with nonprofits on financial management matters. Three of the site’s resources made our Top 10, a testament to the appetite among nonprofits for guidance on how to strengthen their financial muscle.&#160; <strong></strong></p><p> <strong> <em>Staff Picks</em></strong><br> Sometimes download numbers tell only part of the story.&#160;Four reports published this year merit a special mention for breaking ground in their subject areas, even if they didn’t break into the Top 10.&#160;&#160; </p><p> <strong>Arts&#160; + Tweens = Good Read </strong> <br> Nine in 10 Americans believe that the arts are part of a well-rounded education, according to a 2016 survey by Americans for the Arts. For disadvantaged children, however, high-quality opportunities to experience the arts, both in school and out, can be scarce. Enter the Boys &amp; Girls Clubs of America (BGCA), which managed in three communities to introduce the sorts of arts education programs one would normally find in smaller, more specialized organizations, according to a report by Research for Action and McClanahan Associates. <a href="/knowledge-center/pages/raising-the-barre-and-stretching-the-canvas.aspx"> <em>Raising the Barre and Stretching the Canvas&#58; Implementing High-Quality Arts Programming in a National Youth Serving Organization</em></a> shows how BGCA navigated some tricky terrain to develop promising programs that meet general principles of a high-quality arts education. Surveys cited in the report show that large majorities of participants in the BGCA programs found their teachers competent, their studios engaging and their environments safe, friendly and comfortable.</p><p> <strong>Art + Millennials = Another Good Read</strong><br> ​​Arts organizations, meanwhile, are eager to learn how they can attract the older siblings of those tweens. <a href="/knowledge-center/pages/building-millennial-audiences-barriers-and-opportunities.aspx"> <em>Building Millennial Audiences&#58; Barriers and Opportunities</em></a> garnered surprising interest among readers in offering clues to action—including recognizing that several obstacles may be keeping 20-somethings from greater participation in the arts. Among them are misperceptions about ticket prices and leisure events that compete for millennials’ time.</p><p> <strong>A Novel Study Makes a Debut</strong><br> From the world of arts into the world of number crunching, &#160;<a href="/knowledge-center/Pages/what-it-takes-to-operate-and-maintain-principal-pipelines-costs-and-other-resources.aspx"><em>What It Takes to Operate and Maintain Principal Pipelines&#58; Costs and Other Resources</em></a> is the RAND Corp.’s examination of the price tag when school districts embark on ensuring that school leaders are properly trained, hired and supported on the job. &#160;The big finding, based on RAND’s first-of-its-kind review of expenditures by six major urban school districts in a Wallace effort to promote the development of a large corps of highly effective principals, was the following&#58; The costs are only a small slice of annual district spending—an average of about 0.4 percent of yearly expenditures. </p><p> <strong>Readers Look for Ways to Expand What Works </strong> <br> <em>In a way, </em> <a href="/knowledge-center/Pages/how-to-scale-up-social-programs-that-work.aspx"> <em>Strategies to Scale Up Social Programs&#58; Pathways, Partnerships and Fidelity</em></a>&#160;is a study in optimism, an examination of efforts so successful that people decided to spread them around. The report explores 45 programs tackling everything from climate change to hunger to unemployment. Each had evidence of effectiveness and each extended its reach through partnerships. The report finds patterns among the various expansion routes the organizations took—and apparently readers are taking note. They have downloaded the report more than 2,200 times since its September launch.</p><p>Not a bad number for a report only three months old.&#160;&#160; &#160;</p>Wallace editorial team792017-12-14T05:00:00ZWe Expanded Our Library This Year. Which Items Stood Out?4/4/2018 4:16:43 PMThe Wallace Foundation / News and Media / Wallace Blog / Your Top Picks and Ours We Expanded Our Library This Year Posted: 12/14/2017 Author: Wallace editorial team 2751https://www.wallacefoundation.org/News-and-Media/Blog/Pages/Forms/AllItems.aspxhtmlFalseaspx
The Emergence of The Wallace Foundation10217GP0|#6b3d2eef-1f47-4b7e-b105-bd18b7e1c384;L0|#06b3d2eef-1f47-4b7e-b105-bd18b7e1c384|News;GTSet|#a1e8653d-64cb-48e0-8015-b5826f8c5b61<p>As 2017 comes to a close, we are celebrating an anniversary this month. Fifteen years ago today, on December 11, 2002, The Wallace Foundation was launched through the merger of two separate foundations that originated with the philanthropy of DeWitt and Lila Acheson Wallace. </p><p>Founders of the quintessential American family magazine, Reader’s Digest, the Wallaces began their charitable endeavors with a small, expanding collection of family foundations. After the Wallaces died the mid-1980s, the Lila Wallace-Reader’s Digest Fund and the Dewitt Wallace-Reader’s Digest Fund were formed. By the time of the 2002 merger authorized unanimously by the Funds’ boards, the two organizations had supported more than 100 different program initiatives, ranging from teacher recruitment to adult literacy. </p><p>“The merger of the DeWitt Wallace-Reader's Digest Fund and the Lila Wallace-Reader's Digest Fund united the two passions that motivated our founders—DeWitt's interest in youth development and education, and Lila's in the arts,” says Lucas Held, Wallace’s director of communications. Held, along with senior research and evaluation officer Ann Stone and under the leadership of then-president M. Christine DeVita, helped forge the effort to develop Wallace into a unified brand. “The combining of the two into a single entity known as The Wallace Foundation acknowledged what was already the case at the time of the merger&#58; that both entities were employing a common strategy to achieve philanthropic benefits—working with a small number of grantees to find better ways to solve public problems, and then benefiting other organizations through the power of credible knowledge,” Held says.&#160; </p><p>Leading up to the merger, Wallace had already developed multi-disciplinary staff teams, enabling us to better work with our partners to foster innovation and share knowledge gleaned with the field—a&#160; process that defines our work to this day.</p><p>At the time, we focused the combined weight of the newly formed foundation on three issues&#58;</p><ol><li> <a href="/knowledge-center/school-leadership/Pages/default.aspx">Education Leadership</a>&#58; The initiative launched in 2000 to strengthen the ability of principals and superintendents to improve student learning.</li><li> <a href="/knowledge-center/after-school/Pages/default.aspx">After-School Systems</a>&#58; Support for and research into effective after-school programs.</li><li> <a href="/knowledge-center/building-audiences-for-the-arts/Pages/default.aspx">The Arts</a>&#58; To inform the policies and practices of cultural institutions and funders interested in building public participation in the arts.</li></ol><p>These issues resonate in our work as it has evolved over the past 15 years. Our efforts in afterschool, for example, helped pave the way for an initiative launched in 2016 to promote children’s social and emotional learning. All of our work is emblematic of our longer journey from a philanthropy that was structured to create direct benefits by funding good organizations to a national foundation equally committed to helping catalyze social benefits beyond the reach of our limited dollars. As DeVita said at the time&#58; “In everything we do, we strive to be a resource dedicated to helping create, support and share ideas and insights, tools and effective practices. Through that we aim to have a transformative effect on major public systems and, ultimately, on people's lives.”</p>Wallace editorial team792017-12-11T05:00:00Z2017: 15th Anniversary of Merger That Led to The Wallace Foundation12/11/2017 8:45:27 PMThe Wallace Foundation / News and Media / Wallace Blog / The Emergence of The Wallace Foundation Posted: 12/11/2017 Author: Wallace editorial team 181https://www.wallacefoundation.org/News-and-Media/Blog/Pages/Forms/AllItems.aspxhtmlFalseaspx
Wallace’s Ten Most Downloaded Publications of All Time10332GP0|#6b3d2eef-1f47-4b7e-b105-bd18b7e1c384;L0|#06b3d2eef-1f47-4b7e-b105-bd18b7e1c384|News;GTSet|#a1e8653d-64cb-48e0-8015-b5826f8c5b61<p>Since launching our Knowledge center in 2003, thousands of people visit and find our library of published research, reports and other tools every day. So, what are they looking for? </p><p>Here’s a list of our Top 10 Most Downloaded resources as of fall 2017&#58;</p><ol><li> <strong> <em> <a href="/knowledge-center/Pages/How-Leadership-Influences-Student-Learning.aspx">How Leadership Influences Student Learning </a>&#160;</em>(Published September 2004) – 562,902 downloads</strong><br> In this hallmark publication on school leadership—our most downloaded report of all time—the authors suggest and investigate the notion that in order to improve schools, focus should be placed on not just teachers, but also on principals and administrators. </li><li> <strong> <em> <a href="/knowledge-center/Pages/The-School-Principal-as-Leader-Guiding-Schools-to-Better-Teaching-and-Learning.aspx">The School Principal as Leader&#58; Guiding Schools to Better Teaching and Learning</a></em> (Published January 2012) – 372,094 downloads</strong><br> This report concludes that there are five key actions that effective school leaders do particularly well, including shaping a vision of academic success for all students, and cultivating leadership in others.</li><li> <em> <a href="/knowledge-center/Pages/Investigating-the-Links-to-Improved-Student-Learning.aspx"> <strong>Learning From Leadership&#58; Investigating the Links to Improved Student Learning</strong></a></em><strong> (Published July 2010) – 108,970 downloads</strong><br> Based on six years of quantitative data, this report confirms that effective school leadership leads to student success, showing that teachers, principals, district leaders and state policymakers all have an impact on learning.</li><li> <strong> <em> <a href="/knowledge-center/Pages/Three-Essentials-to-Improving-Schools.aspx">The Three Essentials&#58; Improving Schools Requires District Vision, District and State Support, and Principal Leadership</a></em> (Published October 2010) – 95,857 downloads</strong><br> Published by the Southern Regional Education Board, this report examines how school districts and states are failing to provide principals with what they need to turn around America’s challenged middle and high schools.</li><li> <strong> <em> <a href="/knowledge-center/Pages/The-Making-of-the-Principal-Five-Lessons-in-Leadership-Training.aspx">The Making of the Principal&#58; Five Lessons in Leadership Training</a></em> (Published June 2012) – 74,323 downloads</strong><br> Like many of the education leadership reports before this one, <em>Making of the Principal</em> highlights the problems facing principal training programs and offers five steps to better training.</li><li> <strong> <em> <a href="/knowledge-center/resources-for-financial-management/Pages/Program-Based-Budget-Template.aspx">Strong Nonprofits Microsite&#58; Program Based Budget Builder</a></em> (Published February 2013) – 72,373 downloads</strong><br> This tool, from our nonprofit financial management microsite, allows an organization to build a budget and list revenue across different programs and functions, including allocation of personnel and direct and indirect non-personnel expenses.</li><li> <strong> <em> <a href="/knowledge-center/Pages/Preparing-School-Leaders.aspx">Preparing School Leaders for a Changing World&#58; Lessons from Exemplary Leadership Development Programs</a></em> – Final Report (Published April 2007) – 72,197 downloads</strong><br> In this groundbreaking report, Stanford University authors provide case studies and guidelines to help district and state policymakers reinvent how principals are prepared for their jobs. </li><li> <strong> <em> <a href="/knowledge-center/resources-for-financial-management/Pages/A-Five-Step-Guide-to-Budget-Development.aspx">Strong Nonprofits Microsite&#58; A Five-Step Guide to Budget Development</a></em> (Published February 2013)&#160; – 60,387 downloads</strong><br> This guide, also from our nonprofit financial management microsite, provides a team-based approach to budget development, including goals, personnel and process.</li><li> <strong> <em> <a href="/knowledge-center/Pages/The-Effective-Principal.aspx">The Effective Principal&#58; Five Pivotal Practices that Shape Instructional Leadership</a></em> (Published April 2012) – 50,675 downloads</strong><br> The most recently released publication on our top-10 list, the <em>Effective Principal</em> highlights five practices that characterize the leadership of principals who can make a difference in teaching and learning.</li><li> <strong> <em> <a href="/knowledge-center/Pages/How-Museums-Can-Become-Visitor-Centered.aspx">Services to People&#58; Challenges and Rewards. How Museums Can Become More Visitor-Centered</a></em> (Published April 2001) – 40,954 downloads</strong><br> This one dips way back into our archives, but practitioners looking to create a visitor-centered approach to museums still find it useful. </li></ol>Wallace editorial team792017-10-19T04:00:00ZPrincipals lead the way in our list of most-downloaded publications3/20/2018 6:46:17 PMThe Wallace Foundation / News and Media / Wallace Blog / Wallace’s Ten Most Downloaded Publications of All Time Principals lead the way in our list of most-downloaded publications 134https://www.wallacefoundation.org/News-and-Media/Blog/Pages/Forms/AllItems.aspxhtmlFalseaspx

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