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Spring 2016

Volume 14, Number 2

To create effective and long-lasting social change, organizations and the programs they create must in one way or another become embedded in the local community they serve. In the spring 2016 issue of Stanford Social Innovation Review there are two articles that make it clear just how important grassroots engagement is. One of these is the feature article “Community Engagement Matters (Now More Than Ever).”

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Big Change on Campus

By Richard Kazis

Six years ago, the City Colleges of Chicago launched its own turnaround effort—a bid for “reinvention”—and now it’s earning high marks for improved performance.

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