Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland
Can economics help save our schools?
Education and the flexibility to adapt to change are the most important factors in stimulating innovation and economic growth. Educated societies possess people who have the skills that enable them to induce change and then to successfully adapt.
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anonymous, "Can economics help save our schools?"
, Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland, Annual Report, pages 6-19, number y:2004:p:6-19, 2004.
Keywords: Education; Economic development
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