Learning from failure focuses on analyzing, adapting to, and making use of failure. By embracing and understanding the lessons of a failed solution, changemakers can turn failure into a learning experience. Stories here discuss ideas such as a school program that narrows in on the root causes of dropping out, and a unique approach that is finding success in cleaning Nepal's Bagmati river. This collection focuses on how studying responses that haven't worked can create even stronger solutions moving forward.
- Explain how "last-chance schools" function, and how their designers have learned from previous attempts. What is the key factor that separates the two?
- How does Build make it possible for low-income students to feel engaged? Examine what it has in common with "last-chance schools."
- What challenges has Safai Abhiyaan faced in Kathmandu, Nepal? Analyze what separates it from previous organizations attempting the same work.