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Education

 

Innovations in educational policies and programs

 

Education

Performing Effective Advocacy

An education organization in Pittsburgh transitions from watchdog to community engagement as its mission evolves.

By Charrissa Lin & Christopher Keevil | 1 | Jan. 14, 2014
 

Health

Interrupting the Transmission of Violence

Cure Violence Founder Dr. Gary Slutkin talks about the health approach to reducing violence.

By Rachael Chong & Melissa Fleming | Jan. 10, 2014
 

Education

Online Learning: A New Source of Talent and Ideas

Three ways organizations can tap into the rich resource of online learning environments.

By Aziz Shallwani & Amit Jain | 2 | Dec. 10, 2013
 

Education

Worth the Risk: Supporting the Art of Great Teaching

How collaborative classroom evaluation is producing measures teachers can trust.

By Allan Golston | Nov. 18, 2013
 

Education

When a School Is Not Enough

The achievement gap between rich and poor is a complex and global challenge. Schooling alone is not meeting the needs of the poorest children. Innovative public-private partnerships for education could be part of the solution.

By Susannah Hares & Vineet Bewtra | 30 | Oct. 30, 2013
 
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Education

Bridging Skills and Opportunities

Innovative programs are addressing the educational disconnect in the developing world.

By Emma Schaberg O’Brien | Oct. 16, 2013
 

Social Entrepreneurship

The Hidden Dimensions of Scale

Examples from South Asia show there’s more to successful scaling than replicating a good model.

 

Social Entrepreneurship

Iraq’s Entrepreneurial Awakening Needs Women

Building stronger nations through social entrepreneurship education.

By Amel Abed Mohammed Ali | Aug. 20, 2013
 

Economic Development

Poverty’s New Home

Poverty is growing in US suburbs, but for service providers, does it matter where the poor live?

 

Education

Teachers: A Solution to Education Reform in India

Teachers can lead improvement in education; we need to help them develop the mindset, skills, and networks they need to create change.

By Sharath Jeevan & James Townsend | 9 | Jul. 17, 2013