An interview with Dr. Madhav Chavan, CEO of Pratham, a nonprofit that provides quality education to underprivileged children of India.
The meaning and function of college in our society has changed.
The work of charities in almost all circumstances requires focused effort over a substantial period of time.
When it comes to innovation in civil society, there is nothing that can match the speed and ingenuity of communities that come together to make a change, develop a tool, or feed a need.
We need to put secondary education on the global policy agenda. We also must create pathways to quality and relevant secondary education in Sub-Saharan Africa.
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If institutions of higher learning want to maintain their tax-favored status, they should abolish legacy preferences.
This week, a remarkable grassroots organization in India, Vasavya Mahila Mandali (VMM), celebrated 40 years of achievement and service.
Archaic ideas and the fundamental restructuring taking place in our economy, makes business as usual unacceptable.
How do we promote bottom-up entrepreneurship in emerging economies?
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