Using ‘dumb’ phones to make children smarter may sound counter-intuitive, but Eneza Education is proving that SMS-based learning is the best way to reach pupils in remote and low-income communities in four African countries.
Provocative content, thoughtful set-up of spaces, and balancing constant improvement with consistent delivery: eight mantras for designing social innovation programmes, drawn from experience at Year Here and beyond.
SOCAP Virtual: How a new type of ‘pay-for-success’ deal is giving job-seekers the skills to fill vacant positions – and proving an attractive proposition for impact investors and training providers alike.
New guidance for schools instructs teachers to not use anti-capitalist material in England's classrooms. What does this mean for the education of alternative world-views and the future of socially entrepreneurial thinking?