Predict the results of two recent development studies, conducted by IPA, one of the world's leading poverty research organizations.
A variety of entities are utilizing online learning to launch disruptive innovations in higher education, making education more convenient, accessible, and lower-cost.
As we create new ideas and solutions to society’s problems, we have to be careful not to become too wedded to them and think that they are universally applicable.
An important lesson that no one is talking about but that we all need to learn.
From the Field Series: An ongoing report of the Philanthropy, Policy, and Technology Project, which explores the use of private resources for public good.
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A groundbreaking microfinance model is bringing out the best in society.
A new generation of architects and designers are raising expectations for the public interest design movement.
A follow up to the recent post "Some Questions About Udacity."
From the Field Series: A living case study of Makmende, which provides women in Nairobi with coordinated walking groups.
Exploring open spaces, parks, gardens, and trails as tools for social impact.