Goldman Sachs $10K prize for education essay

Aug 7, 2012

DEADLINE Nov. 16 (5:00 pm). Prize: $10K. Your task: come up with a creative approach to making US education the envy of the world, in three pages or less. Most precisely, here's the site describing the contest and the question: "What should we do to create a strong US education system that works for all, that improves student outcomes and enables our country to regain its leadershipposition in the field of education?" The prize is offered by the education practice of investment banker, Goldman Sachs. Judges include Michael Horn (Innosight Institute), John Danner (Rocketship Education), Randi Weingarten (AFT) and other smart folks. Send your questions to eduInnovationessay@gs.com.  Ours: Why an essay not a video? And must it be in English? 

Goldman Sachs $10K prize for education essay

Aug 7, 2012

DEADLINE Nov. 16 (5:00 pm). Prize: $10K. Your task: come up with a creative approach to making US education the envy of the world, in three pages or less. Most precisely, here's the site describing the contest and the question: "What should we do to create a strong US education system that works for all, that improves student outcomes and enables our country to regain its leadershipposition in the field of education?" The prize is offered by the education practice of investment banker, Goldman Sachs. Judges include Michael Horn (Innosight Institute), John Danner (Rocketship Education), Randi Weingarten (AFT) and other smart folks. Send your questions to eduInnovationessay@gs.com.  Ours: Why an essay not a video? And must it be in English? 

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