Education Innovations in educational policies, programs, and practices
Technical ingenuity and private funding enable Akshaya Patra to serve hot, healthy lunches to 1.4 million Indian children every day.
Silicon Valley insider Ram Shriram is focusing a great deal of time, money, and energy on helping innovative NGOs improve K–12 education in India.
Educate Girls is helping more than one million Indian schoolchildren.
A new report highlights how the business community’s support and expertise can greatly enhance the odds of success for collective impact efforts in education.
A look at how educators, employers, and others can help millions unemployed and under-employed global youth qualify for and find available jobs.
Squandering America’s Future offers an irreverent critique of the way we rear and educate children today, with profiles of change makers—ingenious gymnasts who keep their balance on the three-legged stool of research, practice, and policy.
Three lessons on accelerating targeted social change through network building.
Online advising promises to connect low-income, first-generation students to college and career opportunities.
Large-scale social change requires broad cross-sector coordination, not the isolated intervention of individual organizations.
A new approach that builds relevant marketplace, entrepreneurship, and health care skills is needed.
A wave of noncognitive skill initiatives holds promise for making teachers more effective and students more successful. Includes a new response from Raikes Foundation Co-founders Jeff and Tricia Raikes.
American educators, policymakers, and philanthropists are overselling the role of the highly skilled individual teacher and undervaluing the benefits that come from teacher collaborations.