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The 100-degree heat in the Nevada desert limits outside play to 15 minutes for the energetic three-, four-, and five-year-olds. No matter. It’s cool inside the Acelero Learning Henderson Child Care Center near Las Vegas and the preschoolers are eager to read. Emily turns the pages of an oversize book about farm life while her

Investor’s Circle, the 20-year-old network of mission-driven angel investors, has survived the long economic slowdown and a rough organizational patch and appears poised to have its best year since 2006. That’s good news for social ventures, for whom early-stage capital remains tough to obtain, despite the new conventional wisdom around impact investing that there’s somehow