There comes a time when many fine examples of how to improve learning and life conditions for our children and young people hits a ceiling. They cannot get to scale, because as exemplary as they may be, they have an "isolated impact" on the issues.
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Once a year, I teach a course at the University of California Berkeley campus about social entrepreneurship. But I also love visiting the Stanford campus for three tipping point reasons.
I spoke to Nee about about the evolution of the publication, the state and promise of social innovation today, gaps in sector-wide research, and more.
With professionals time valued at $200 per hour on average, nonprofits can stretch their budgets by leveraging the professional skills of their volunteers.
The overwhelming consensus is that younger generations of Americans eschew the largely passive role of audience, and demand participation from their art institutions.
A burgeoning underground of social entrepreneurs may represent our best hope for economic and social growth.
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