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"If business school graduates can’t think critically about creating lasting, large-scale social change through market-oriented, inclusive business models, how can they be effective contributors to an increasingly inclusive economy?"
Business education should include lessons from market-based approaches to international development goals in developing countries.
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Researchers are exploring how barbers can be a crucial venue to serving the healthcare needs of African-American men.
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Business efforts must become more sustainable and responsible to turn the tide on social inequity and environmental decay. Net positive is a new standard that can help ensure a resilient and regenerative world.
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More speakers have been added to the Data on Purpose lineup! Experts from Family Independence Initiative, Data & Society, Google, Microsoft, and more have joined. See who's speaking June 2-3 at Stanford University. #dataonpurpose
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How a continent of over 1 billion off-grid customers can move from darkness to light over the next decade.
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It’s time to adapt to demographic changes and adopt new strategies.
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We need to integrate effective learning practices into teachers’ daily work.

From the Bridgespan Group's Lija Farnham and Mike Perigo, the latest response to "Rethinking How Students Succeed":
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Most nonprofit leaders, in fact, are uncomfortable with asking people for money.

Learn the tried-and-true principles that guide the most effective fundraisers at upcoming SSIR Live! webinar, "The Fundamentals of Fundraising." Live event May 19th, 11 a.m. PT/2 p.m. ET. Register now!
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The idea of developing learning mindsets needs a groundswell of support.

Continuing the discussion in our debate "Rethinking How Students Succeed":
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In his new essay, Paul Brest examines barriers to the practice of strategic philanthropy and whether those barriers can be overcome. Explore this new Up for Debate series on approaches to strategic philanthropy: 
Strategic philanthropy is a much-maligned practice that continues to have a great degree of power for today’s philanthropists.
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The path to innovation can be tricky, but being aware of the common pitfalls can help funders along the road to breakthrough social change.
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Five social and emotional learning challenges that educators face, and how to navigate them.

The latest response to our "Rethinking How Students Succeed" debate:
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Stanford Social Innovation Review (SSIR) is an award-winning magazine and website that covers cross-sector solutions to global problems. SSIR is written for and by social change leaders in the nonprofit, business, and government sectors who view collaboration as key to solving environmental, social, and economic justice issues.

Published at the Stanford Center on Philanthropy and Civil Society, SSIR bridges academic theory and practice with ideas about achieving social change. It covers a wide range of subjects, from microfinance and green business to social networks and human rights.

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cohosts the annual Nonprofit Management Institute with the Association of Fundraising Professionals (AFP) each fall. SSIR also hosts webinars on important, cutting-edge topics in the field of social change through its SSIR Live! series.

SSIR aims to inform and inspire leaders of social change.