By using a dynamic framework for authentic collaboration, we can increase the potential for problem-solving and create long-term, societal level change.
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Young people can be more engaged in politics, but major institutions must actually want that to happen.
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Women need to be equal partners in society for them to be equal partners in work.
We must align programs and policies to better support the financial strength and security of families of color today, while keeping sight of the long-term benefits for all of creating a truly inclusive economy.
Why we need to move from “the social entrepreneur” to social impact.
Six years ago, the City Colleges of Chicago launched its own turnaround effort—a bid for “reinvention”—and now it’s earning high marks for improved performance.
Until recently, both foundations and venture capital firms were wary of directing resources toward education technology startups. Here’s how “blended capital” is expanding the ed-tech field.