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What if… the redesign of education put racial and social equity at its core? 

ImpactAlpha, Sept. 8 – The upending of this school year has made almost every student, parent and teacher, willingly or not, participants in the radical transformation of education.  Some of the most far-reaching proposals for reinventing elementary, middle and high schools run into a well-founded objection: while all that might be fine for relatively affluent,

The Sustainable Investing Challenge has become a leading indicator of talent and ideas

Business (and public policy) students competing in this year’s Kellogg-Morgan Stanley Sustainable Investing Challenge have been challenged first to imagine what’s possible, then to engineer a financial instrument to make it happen.