Brookings experts analyze reforms that can build the nation’s human capital and provide opportunities for all families and workers, shoring up entrepreneurship and public-private investment, especially in inner cities and core communities. Renewed attention to programs connecting young people to job training and the labor market are key to broad-based American prosperity.
REUTERS/Brian Snyder - Teacher Elizabeth Moguel poses for a photograph with her seventh grade Latin class at Boston Latin School in Boston, Massachusetts September 17, 2015.
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November 3, 2015, Arnold Packer
Arnold Packer explains his proposal for human resource bonds, which would use private investment to fund human resource developments like a college education.
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