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New Research on Business-Education Partnerships in K-12 Education

When educators choose to work closely with businesses, they gain valuable resources and insights needed to strengthen schools and achieve meaningful outcomes. In 2013, Harvard Business School, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, and BCG joined forces to research the role of the private sector in improving the United States’ education system.

What did they learn? Take a look at three reports that highlighted the team’s key findings, which were discussed at the Business and Education Leaders Together (BELT) Conference in October 2014.

  1. Lasting Impact: A Business Leader’s Playbook for Supporting America’s Schools. This report highlights three actions that business champions can take with education partners to improve education.
  2. Partial Credit: How America’s School Superintendents See Business as a Partner. Discover key findings from the first-ever nationwide survey of superintendents on the role of business in America’s education system.
  3. The Brink of Renewal: A Business Leader’s Guide to Progress in America’s Schools. This resource updates business leaders on the reality of pre-K-12 schools and provides a view of how they can help institutions realize dramatic progress in the student outcomes.
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