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Experts Estimate $225 Trillion Return on Education Investments

In a unique study, a panel of education experts identified five policy areas most likely to vault the U.S. into a top-five global ranking as measured by high school graduation, college entry, four-year college completion and math scores.

An early reader looks to teacher, Josefina Pineda, in her Pre-K at the Dallas Independent School District elementary schoo...

In a unique study, sponsored by Forbes and underwritten by Robin Hood Foundation founder Paul Tudor Jones, a panel of education experts identified five policy areas most likely to vault the U.S. into a top-five global ranking as measured by high school graduation, college entry, four-year college completion and math scores. The team estimated that by investing $6.2 trillion over 20 years into improving teacher efficacy, universal pre-K, Common Core standards, blended learning and school leadership, the nation could expect to reap $225 trillion in payoffs over an 80-year period. (Forbes Magazine)

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