The future of neighborhood schools, public, charter, and private, rests in the hands of the Millennial generation. The largest generation in America today, born between 1983 and 2001 (or thereabouts), Millennials are now entering the parent stage of life.Read More
These days more and more people ask us about the generation coming after the Millennials, most often referred to as Generation "Z" as a placeholder name until a moniker emerges.
We're guessing Millennial fatigue has hit.Read More
It used to be that nonprofits and religious organizations were the only ones who talked about their “purpose.” If anything, they had cornered the market on doing things for a reason beyond profit.Read More
The trend we’re seeing in all the data, and in preferences by consumers, is to live where everything about their lives – home, work, play, retail, services, healthcare – is about 15 minutes in travel time. Travel can be walking, biking, driving, or using transit.
Americans, especially, apparently are tired of spending time in their cars just to...Read More
A cultural change is getting underway and it will impact life in America for the next twenty or more years. And, it’s a good thing.
The two drivers of this shift are the Millennial generation and America’s growing diversity (and we’re talking about more than race here)...Read More