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Be My Neighbor – Building Equity in the Steel City

“Mister Rogers Neighborhood” debuted in 1966 to a Pittsburgh that was about to embark on a total economic overhaul. Its foundation as the world’s mecca of steel manufacturing was shaken by a shifting world economy that would send Pittsburgh into economic upheaval. While Mr. Rogers began asking, “Won’t you be my neighbor?” neighborhoods throughout the […]

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Groundbreaking Schools Report Shows Systemic Inequity in a State-By-State Analysis of Investment in American School Infrastructure

USGBC recently released the State of Our Schools: America’s K-12 Facilities report, demonstrating that the nation faces a projected annual shortfall of $46 billion in school funding, despite significant effort on the part of local communities. The report features an in-depth, state-by-state analysis of investment in school infrastructure and focuses on 20 years of school […]

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