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Monday, October 10, 2005

Report on the Business Education Network Summit

I spent the latter half of last week attending the first annual Business Education Network Summit in Washington DC. This event, hosted by the US Chamber of Commerce, sought to increase dialogue on the need for business involvement in education, and it was a fantastic launch event for the new Business Education Network (BEN). I've collected my notes from the summit in a new white paper entitled "Notes from the 2005 Business Education Network Summit" (I never was very creative with titles ;-) ); it can be found in PDF format on the DeHavilland Associates website here.

If you'd like to learn more about BEN, visit their new site here. I would encourage anyone with an interest in education outreach or business-education partnerships to get involved - this has the potential to be a tremendously valuable organization.


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