Over the last two years, our team at the Harvard Kennedy School of Government’s Ash Center for Democratic Governance and Innovation has interviewed about 100 leading social entrepreneurs and thinkers from philanthropy and city government. We are hoping to discover better ways to make social change. Specifically, we want answers to two questions: How can social entrepreneurs catalyze transformative results in public systems such as education? And how can innovation enhance existing social...
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