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ARTICLE: Teaching Tomorrow’s Founders: Ideas for K-12 Education

In an April 23rd Forbes piece, the Batten Institute's Gosia Glinska discussed the need for programs that increase the number of women working in technology -- focusing on one UVa grad who is working to make it happen. 

Glinska went on to pitch the merits of changing our national education system to be lest test-driven and more focused on creativity. The work partnered nicely with a similar message expoused in a previously referenced editorial by Darden's Raul Chao and the Miller Center's Cristina Lopez-Gattardi Chao. A similar topic was also discussed in the Milstein Commission's most recent report, Can Startups Save the American Dream?

Glinska's full article is available here

Date edited: 04/24/2015 (11:45AM)


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