SBSI 2013 How is Education Reform Really Happening?





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Published on Mar 22, 2013

Participants gained an understanding of how companies and agencies are working to reform and improve educational systems domestically and abroad.

Key Questions:

How do you see education reform gaining traction holistically?
How do organizations position themselves to innovate within this space?
Where will education reform be in ten years and which levers will be key to pushing that reform forward?


Chris Tessone -- Chief Operating Officer, Maya Angelou Schools
Sarah Rosenberg -- Policy Analyst, Education Sector
Elliot Sanchez -- Founder, mSchool
Tim Field -- Senior Policy Fellow, Public Impact; Former Director of Growth & Strategy, KIPP Foundation
John Troy -- Executive Director, Education Pioneers (Moderator

The Duke Conference on Sustainable Business and Social Impact is an annual event hosted by the Duke MBA Net Impact Club that attracts 400 attendees to The Fuqua School of Business to discuss current issues and opportunities in sustainable and socially responsible business. This video features a keynote speaker at the 2013 conference on Wednesday, February 20th, which focused on "Beyond the Bottom Line" issues and innovations in the fields of Sustainability, Finance, Social and Technology.

More information available at: http://bit.ly/DukeSBSI2013.


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