Saturday, June 20, 2015

On Wednesday, June 24, the American Enterprise Institute will host a research conference to explore the current role of entrepreneurship in improving K-12 Education.

The daylong event will be moderated by AEI’s Rick Hess and Michael McShane. Ten new studies and analyses by scholars and entrepreneurs will be released.

Watch the live stream and register to attend the conference here.

  • English Class in Common Core Era: Nonfiction Joins the Classics

    The New York Times | 06/19/2015

  • Winning the battle of leadership at Gettysburg

    The Hechinger Report | 06/18/2015

  • Teachers allege problems at California virtual schools run by Va.-based company K12 Inc.

    The Washington Post | 06/19/2015

  • Using Video to Make Classroom Observations More Fair, More Helpful, and Less Burdensome

    EducationNext | 06/18/2015

  • WakeUP Wake County celebrates school funding victory

    The News & Observer | 06/19/2015

  • Emails show Wake school board's flip-flop on make-up days

    WRAL | 06/19/2015

  • Assessing New A-F School Grades

    The Carolina Journal | 06/19/2015

  • Senate budget ends health retirement benefits for future teachers and state employees - See more at:

    NC Policy Watch | 06/19/2015

  • One Teacher's Quest To Build Language Skills ... And Self-Confidence

    NPREd | 06/18/2015

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