Fueling Educational Entrepreneurship Addressing the Human Capital Challenge

Frederick M. Hess, Bryan C. Hassel
Content Type
Working Paper
American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research
In October 2006, the American Enterprise Institute convened a meeting in Washington, D.C. to discuss what might be done to grow the human capital pipeline to support entrepreneurship in K–12 education. Participants included foundation officers, educational entrepreneurs, and policy analysts. While the gathering did not seek to formulate any grand consensus or blueprint, the authors hope that the following summary will spark further discussion and action on this critical issues in education reform.
Development, Economics, Education, Markets