India has the most youth of any country, and one of the most diverse, making education one of its biggest challenges.
There is no rigid recipe for scaling quality learning, but successful efforts require attention to design and delivery, stable access to finance, and an enabling policy environment.
Student debt is hurting recruitment, retention, and diversity in the nonprofit workforce, but a Federal program is poised to help.
Instead of prescribing higher education as the silver-bullet solution to poverty, we must provide diverse and contextualized pathways to disadvantaged children, enabling them to redefine the dominant narrative of success.
To make education systems more adaptive, innovative, collaborative, and empathic, we as change leaders must first model these characteristics ourselves.
University social impact centers are stretched thin. Rather than do more of everything, the best strategy may be to establish a baseline level of services, and then focus on making significant progress in one distinct area.
Social innovation educators are responsible for teaching students how to become collaborative community partners. Here's how.
Five lessons on scaling educational technology for the most vulnerable children.
Are social entrepreneurship education programs excluding those who have directly experienced social problems from working on social change solutions?
Universities play a critical role in producing social impact leaders committed to the public good and prepared to confront the challenges of an uncertain world.