Tuesday, October 06, 2009

Can Students Help End Global Poverty?

I received the below question in an email from a colleague and I'd like to hear your thoughts on this. I'll share mine in a later blog post! I'm excited to hear your answers!

Q: Why do we believe that student engagement will hasten the end of poverty? In other words, what is the theory of change or the causal chain of reasoning that links student engagement and the end of poverty?

1 comment:

anonymous said...

From Rob Turner via Facebook:
Look at what student movements have done in the course of history. It seems that major sources of change emanate from University campuses. I would expound on this but I have a paper on early 19th century judicial nationalism due in 3 hours.