How could a social entrepreneurship initiative like Teach For America work in Japan, where poverty seems almost nonexistent? Or is it really nonexistent?

Leaders and entrepreneurs need passion, plain and simple. And if your passion is to make an impact, all the better. It will drive motivation, keep your mind innovative, and open doors you never imagined. It could even save lives.

Yusuke “Ed” Matsuda, founder of Teach For Japan, explains how he met career challenges to expand his passion for education, paying forward the incredible impact of a teacher who saved his life as a child.

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