Social Entrepreneurship in Education

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{ceimg:alt_text} is an innovative online tutoring program for students struggling with math in the United States, as well as Latin America, Asia, and Africa. In this audio interview, EduCare founder and CEO Piyush Mangukiya speaks with Stanford Center for Social Innovation correspondent Ashkon Jafari about the origins of his interest in the social entrepreneurship sector, his commitment to helping students in developing countries, and how he started the enterprise. He shares how the virtual tutoring experience is making a real difference in the lives of children around the world, and outlines future directions for the organization.

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