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I opened 2023 thinking about philanthropic innovation. And throughout the year, through our Voices of Impact series, we explored how philanthropic funders were introducing or need to introduce new funding approaches to drive systems change, whether driven by evolving theories of change, by marketplace changes, or by technological advances.
As we enter 2024, I carry forward this interest in how education philanthropy is adapting to and evolving in a constantly changing reality. Together with my colleagues, I am particularly interested in how philanthropists are thinking about what AI means both for the future of philanthropy and, more importantly, for the future of society.
But this year, I am also particularly interested in how the political landscape in the United States is going to shape philanthropy, and the focus of foundations.
2024 is going to be one of the most consequential presidential elections in the history of the United States. Yet, there are pressing questions about how both the process and results of the election will affect not only education (through policy change, through evolving priorities, through changing budgets), but also how and where philanthropy can and should invest.
As we get closer to the general election, Tyton Partners will explore these questions, together with other questions about how candidates are speaking about education.
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