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"The Partners of '63" is a pro bono enterprise, established by members of Harvard Business School's Class of 1963, to use our collective skills and resources for social purposes. We focus on initiatives in education, emphasizing the needs of young children in difficult situations, where we might be of real help.

About Us explains our decision to do something pro bono — together — and our strategy for the future.

Education Reform provides some insights on major problems confronting public education. It also provides a reading list for Classmates who want to learn more.

Our Active Programs describes seven programs we are now supporting. In six of them, we are finding ways we can uniquely support other people's great existing programs. The seventh is a program we initiated, to create new ways to provide management and leadership training for America's education leaders at the Superintendent level.

New Programs invites our HBS '63 Classmates who also decide to join Partners of '63 to bring other initiatives or potential associations to the attention of our Program Committee, and tells you what we're looking for.

Partners Worksite is the password-protected site through which we will manage our activities.

Classmates… Sign on! Let's do some great work together…again. How to Join.
All others… We welcome ideas and advice.

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