News & Events

Week of August 1, 2016 -  John Bridgeland and Bruce Reed join Dr. Sylvia Earle, Richard Pyle, and Bob and Sarah Nixon aboard the KOK for scientific expeditions in Pisces IV and V subs to explore marine life in the depths of the ocean.  Civic Fellows Lily and Sarah Jenkins from Molokai joined the expedition.  The Blue Centennial team participated in public hearings for the expansion of Papahanaumokuakea National Marine Monument.
July 26, 2016 -  Civic Enterprises and the Everyone Graduates Center at Johns Hopkins University released a new education report today, For All Kids:  How Kentucky is Closing the High School Graduation Gap for Low-Income Studentsin partnership with the Carole Ann and Ralph V. Haile, Jr./U.S. Bank Foundation, the James Graham Brown Foundation, the C.E.& S. Foundation, United Way, and the Strive Partnership.
July 26, 2016 -  John Bridgeland and Leslie Maloney published an op-ed in the Cincinnati and Kentucky Enquirer on how Kentucky is closing the low-income graduation rate gap. Former First Lady Jane Beshear also published an op-ed about Kentucky's graduation rate progress, referencing the For All Kids report.
July 20, 2016 -  General Stanley McChrystal, Chair of the Service Year Alliance, writes a compelling article in The Atlantic, “You Don’t Have to Wear a Military Uniform to Serve Your Country", found here
June 17, 2016 -  The Washington Post publishes a feature on the NAEHCY scholars sharing their powerful stories of being homeless during the launch event of our latest report, Hidden in Plain Sight: Homeless Students in America's Public Schools. To read the article, click here.
June 16, 2016 -  Hidden in Plain Sight, our latest report on homeless students in America's public schools, is featured in The Atlantic's article titled, "The Complicated Task of Identifying Homeless Students." To read, click here.
June 15, 2016 -  John Bridgeland and Bruce Reed publish op.ed on homeless students in USA Today. To read click here.

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Civic Enterprises advances many education initiatives aimed at increasing the national high school graduation rate, such as the GradNation Campaign and American Graduate, and is partnering with several organizations working in the field of education, including the Collaborative for Academic, Social, and Emotional Learning, and Committee for Children.

Econ. Mobility

Civic Enterprises, in partnership with Opportunity Nation and Hart Research Associates, has worked on a research effort to marshal voices of low-income Americans on the challenges of fulfilling the promise of economic opportunity and mobility in the United States.

Civic Engagement

Civic Enterprises collaborates with organizations that are part of the National Service Alliance, including The Franklin Project, the National Conference on Citizenship, Voices for National Service, and ServiceNation, to advance the idea that all young Americans should commit to a year of full-time national service.

Global Affairs

Civic Enterprises has worked with a diverse array of international organizations, including Children International, Special Olympics, and the National Peace Corps Association, to develop initiatives and strengthen their work both domestically and internationally.


Civic Enterprises is partnering with numerous organizations and programs, such as the Earth Conservation Corps, EARTH University, and the 21st Century Conservation Service Corp, to strengthen environmental policies and initiatives on a national and global scale.


Civic Enterprises is working for The Heritage Foundation to develop a defined long term Medicare reform strategy and health proposals to tie together the health and entitlement LFA teams, working closely with the Director for the Center for Health Policy studies and the Director of the Roe Institute.

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