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Thursday
Jul 10
2014

To Strengthen American Infrastructure, Empower American Women

Jane Garvey, the first woman to serve as Administrator of the Federal Aviation Administration, discusses her journey, America's major infrastructural challenges, and how engaging girls and women can lead to stronger roads and bridges.
Friday
Jun 27
2014

Harnessing Innovation and Cooperation to Create Good Jobs and Growth

The United States passed a major milestone last month, having now regained all 8.7 million of the jobs lost during the Great Recession. But many American families, businesses, and communities are still living with the legacy of the most severe contraction in decades.

From Idea to National Movement: Celebrating Twenty Years of Chartered Schools

Sep 7, 2012
Twenty years ago today, on September 7, 1992, the first chartered school – City Academy – opened its doors in St. Paul, Minnesota. Today, no fewer than two million students attend over 5,600 chartered schools in 41 states and the District of Columbia...