This week the European Commission released a report with this heading.
The report was written primarily for policy makers, educational institutions, educational researchers, teachers and anyone from a non-technical audience who is interested in understanding blockchain and its potential in education.
The report sets out the social value proposition of blockchain technology by exploring : Self-Sovereignty and Identity; Trust; Transparency and Providence; Immutability; and Disintermediation.
The report highlights real world problems that are being solved by existing blockchain based projects. Three project in particular covered in the report are Civic, Uport and Indorse.
The full report can be read here.