Tuesday, December 6, 2016
  1. Protecting Education in Conflict Zones

    Peter Klanduch, ET AL
  2. Education Innovation in the Middle East

    Gordon Brown

    Education Innovation in the Middle East


     emphasizes the opportunities for social enterprise to reinvent classrooms and curricula regionwide.

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    With new financing tools at their disposal, social entrepreneurs can help to improve the Middle East's schools and curricula. The region’s public and nonprofit sectors need only recognize the promise of social enterprise in education, and create the conditions for entrepreneurs to succeed. READ MORE

  3. Education Needs Social Enterprise

    Gordon Brown

    Education Needs Social Enterprise


     calls for more entrepreneurship to bring schools and pedagogy into the twenty-first century.

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    With 260 million children not in school worldwide, education needs more champions to match the enthusiasm of, say, global-health and environmental advocates. And, because education has more room for innovation than any other development sector, there is a unique opportunity for social entrepreneurs. READ MORE

  4. The Skills Delusion

    Adair Turner

    The Skills Delusion


     rebuts the conventional belief that more education will boost productivity and reduce inequality.

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    Everybody agrees that better education and improved skills, for as many people as possible, is crucial to increasing productivity and living standards and to tackling rising inequality. But what if everybody is wrong? READ MORE

  5. The Holy Grail of Future Work

    Kelli Wells

    The Holy Grail of Future Work


     says we must close the "soft-skills" gap under any scenario of what lies in store for labor markets.

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    As technology, globalization, and many other factors continue to redefine work, one constant will be the need for soft skills, or “skills for life.” Seemingly abstract traits like problem-solving ability, work ethic, and self-awareness can be developed in the right setting and with the right tools. READ MORE

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