Recent Submissions

  • Educational Entrepreneurship and Covisionary Multisectorism 

    Kourilsky, Marily L.; Hentschke, Guilbert (Senate Hall, Dublin, 2004)
    This paper introduces the concept of "educational multisectorism" among the private not-for-profit, private for profit, and public/government sectors. Multisectorism leverages the opportunities presented by the contrasting ...
  • Teacher-Ownership as Entrepreneurship in Public Education 

    Kolderie, Ted (Senate Hall, Dublin, 2004)
    Teacher ownership is a form of entrepreneurship with considerable potential to change the practices and performance of the K-12 institution. The idea is not now a part of the discussion: everywhere the 'given' has been ...
  • Potential of For-Profit Schools for Educational Reform 

    Levin, Henry M. (Senate Hall, Dublin, 2004)
    The rise of a for-profit industry in elementary and secondary schools is a relatively recent phenomenon in American education. In the past, a small number of independent schools - probably 2 percent or less - were for-profit ...
  • Entrepreneurship in K-12 Public Education 

    Hill, Paul T. (Senate Hall, Dublin, 2004)
    The thesis of this paper is that American public education is sorely hurt by false certainty, and that greater openness to entrepreneurship could lead to more adaptable and effective schools. Educators like to say 'we ...
  • The Multiple Effects of Entrepreneurship on Philanthropy, Society, and Education 

    Walstad, William B. (Senate Hall, Dublin, 2004)
    Entrepreneurship has unexpected effects on philanthropy, society, and education. Entrepreneurs do not start out to become philanthropists but they often assume that role when a business becomes successful (direct effect). ...

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