The creation and adoption of new products, services, technologies and business models drives economic growth. Improving America’s standard of living and competitive edge depends on the nation’s ability to innovate. Without a targeted federal partnership, U.S. competitiveness will slip and economic growth will lag. Brookings experts describe how America’s innovation efforts may—or may not—be enough.
REUTERS/Ints Kalnins-Assistant teacher, refugee Obaid Nasir Ahmad, works in a class in a camp at a hotel touted as the world's most northerly ski resort in Riksgransen, Sweden, December 15, 2015.
ESSA unlocks teacher prep innovation
January 28, 2016, Thomas Arnett
A less-noticed new provision in the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) may be critical to unlocking business model innovation in teacher preparation, writes Thomas Arnett.
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Growth through Innovation
January 22, 2016, Walter D. Valdivia
January 19, 2016, Stuart N. Brotman, Kevin C. Desouza and Niam Yaraghi
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Framing Paper | The Hamilton Project
December 9, 2015, Jane Dokko, Megan Mumford and Diane Whitmore Schanzenbach
Paper | The Hamilton Project
December 8, 2015, Seth D. Harris and Alan B. Krueger
December 4, 2015, Walter D. Valdivia
December 3, 2015, Bruce Katz
November 12, 2015, Robin Lewis, John Villasenor and Darrell M. West
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Carnegie Endowment for International Peace
Darrell M. West
Vice President and Director, Governance Studies
Founding Director, Center for Technology Innovation
Walter D. Valdivia
Fellow, Governance Studies, Center for Technology Innovation
Nonresident Fellow, Foreign Policy
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