A Vital Touchstone for High Schools

The Concord Review, which The New York Times calls A Vital Touchstone for High Schools, sounds like an organization well worth supporting. It publishes well-written research papers by high school students. But according to the Times, the Review is chronically short of money--and its grant requests have been turned down by 145 organizations. Are Pittsburgh foundations among the 145? Am I missing something about the Review?

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