The first conversations will take place on Sunday and Monday afternoon of Memorial Day weekend and conversations will be held coast to coast through July 4th.
In recent days we have talked with our stakeholders about our having received a loan through the Small Business Administration’s Paycheck Protection Program (PPP). We believe that our application, which was made in the first week of the PPP, was consistent with the goals of the program. Upon listening to our communities and further reflection, we have made the decision to return the loan.
Safety First: Serving Food and Protecting People During Covid-19 offers practical information and operating guidelines for back-of-house operations in the restaurant, hospitality, and food-service industry.
The Aspen Institute Education & Society Program has published a series of 10 proposed State Actions to develop, maintain, and strengthen the crucial connections and relationships that are necessary for learning during the COVID-19 pandemic.
A newly released report explores the representation of rural people and places in national media, demonstrating the gulf between how rural people think about and discuss their own communities compared to what national outlets typically report and cover.
JCPS students demonstrated creativity, tenacity, collaboration, perseverance, and leadership during the Aspen Challenge: Louisville Virtual Competition which took place online over two days on April 29 and 30