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This week’s post is already up on my Wharton Magazine blog.

Often there is a mismatch between business education within the walls of a business school and its application on the ground, especially in rural enterprise started by rural entrepreneurs. This post profiles TREE Society, which involves several good friends of mine from Asha for Education and discusses how they make a unique impact in the space of business education in India.

You can read the article here. TREE Society is also looking for volunteers who are interested in teaching or helping prepare case studies. So if you are interested, contact me for more information.

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