Like games, classes aren’t interesting when the skills they require are too easy to master and there’s no chance of failure.
Examining the pitfalls and potential of social business plan competitions, and how educators can redesign them for greater impact.
Five opportunities for educators to more clearly connect classic entrepreneurial skills to the social impact field and to foster skills that can serve a range of social impact leadership roles.
Technological innovations have the potential to transform education, but only if they encourage a more active learning environment that fosters critical thinking.
An Oxford project provides a place where migrants forced to flee their homes can publish their work.
In the San Francisco Bay Area and beyond, mental health professionals are using hip-hop culture to reach troubled youth.
It’s a ripple effect: HELP fulfills Haitian students’ dreams of college, and then they take up the baton.
Through an online crowdsourcing platform, one foundation is reaching new types of partners who offer new types of solutions.
Changing who and how universities teach social innovation offers unprecedented learning opportunities for students—and the potential to create greater social impact.
More and more students are seeking out courses from business schools that support them in pursuing meaningful careers, and universities are responding, but what does the future hold?