Higher education institutions continue to be increasingly interested in examining how social entrepreneurship and community engaged approaches to education can work together. In light of the recent growth and interest in such programs, scholars and educators have called for attention to specific considerations when developing SE and community-based education, which can be summed up in three areas - pedagogy, relationships, and impact. The present essay builds on such propositions, and calls for a critically-orientated approach to SE, grounded in community engagement, collaborative dialogue among diverse voices, and a commitment to transforming oppressive structures
Congdon, M., & Herakova, L. (2020). Envisioning critical social entrepreneurship education: Possibilities, questions, and guiding commitments. Partnerships: A Journal of Service-Learning & Civic Engagement, 11(1), 287-306.
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