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PCG Cares: Making an impact in March

Throughout March, PCG Cares teams across the U.S. supported various nonprofit organizations in the core industries we also serve as a firm: education, health, and human services. Thanks to everyone that came together to make these events a success! See below for this month’s round-up of volunteer efforts.

30. April 2019
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    Highlights from SXSW EDU 2019

    PCG staff recently attended one of the education industry’s premier events, SXSW EDU, in Austin, Texas from March 4-7, 2019. After months of hard work and planning, this proved to be our biggest year yet. PCG kicked things off by hosting an exclusive dinner event on Monday, March 4th and sponsoring the official SXSW EDU Opening Party immediately after on the same evening. 

    • 22. March 2019
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    Exploring Black education in America

    This week, SXSWEDU published a new guest blog post by PCG’s own Bruce Douglas, in which, Bruce offers a detailed and poignant review of the 2018 panel discussion he found most impactful at the SXSWEDU conference this past March in Austin, Texas.

    • 8. November 2018
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    Public Consulting Group to Take Part in Four Sessions at SXSWedu

    Public Consulting Group (PCG) today announced that it has been selected to present at SXSWedu, the leading education conference in Austin, Texas, in March, for the second year in a row. This year, PCG will lead four innovative sessions, once again bringing together thought leaders and experts from across the country to highlight innovation, best practices, and collaboration across a breadth of fields...

    • 22. January 2018
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    PCG at SXSW EDU 2018: 5 sessions on how all students can succeed

    Whether it’s “no child left behind” or “every student succeeds,” our country has long embraced—and legislated—the principle that in U.S. schools, all students deserve to succeed. Here at PCG, we have always believed “all means all.” All students in special education. All English language learners. All students with disabilities.

    • 19. January 2018