Adapting philanthropic strategy: Melinda Gates learns that it’s not the school size—it’s the teacher

11/27/2013 |

Summary

Early on, the Gates' thought small schools were the key to reforming education. After some learning, they had to “be honest with [themselves] and say it wasn’t the structure of the school” -- it was the teachers.
See More Remarkable Givers
Creative Commons License

This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.
Permissions beyond the scope of this license are available in our Terms and Conditions.

Show Comments

More Articles To Read

Pay What It Takes 

Pay What It Takes 

Remarkable Givers Video 

11/27/2013