does your community have a crisis with 1 bankers 4 teachers 17 public servants? 1 ..2.. 3.. 4 5.. 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 goals worth valuing -we call communities empowering the sdg- generation the 7th economy- help with guided tour of tech visionssdg=gen can leap ahead with 1 2
A very Scottish welcome to 2020s including cop26 & our media partners' 60 years celebration of how Asian African American youth's #digitalcooperation and local human services may yet save mother earth at every border

5G 4G 3G 2G 1G 0G moonrace1960s:

welcome to 5G 2020s:what if everywhere next girl is born felt like home ? maybe this is a crazy question only refugees or diaspora nationals value- or maybe it was the point of multiplying trillion times moore silicon tech than used to race to the moon- what dream do you want to linkin now UNwomens Asia America Arctic E1 E2
thanks attenborough: 7 worlds; guterres: 17 goals-welcome,
10 Economies through ages: china, india, japan, russia, germany italy, spain, uk, france, usa video tour 1

Play Labs @ MIT

Play Labs, a Summer Accelerator at MIT, Announces 2018 Class of Playful Startups and Demo Day Jul 19, 2018 SUMMER, 2018 CLASS ON THE MIT CAMPUS TO SHOWCASE 10 STARTUPS ACROSS A MIX OF ESPORTS, BLOCKCHAIN, VR/AR AND ED-TECH - unwomens articles rsvp Twitter June 2018: Trumps 100 bn dollar trade war china (50bn each side) will hurt small enterprises, spiral lose-lose sustainability crises locally. In world 85 trillion dollars of GDP, 100 mn dollars small beer? No! Economist last call right side of human sustainability
Breaking news Dec 2018- wishes to team up with student unions all along Education Belt Roads

Wednesday, September 30, 2015

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Date: Nov 18th, 2015
Time: 5:30pm - 8:30pm
Location: The Cooper Union Great Hall, 7 East 7th Street, NY NY
5:30pm: Reception and Press Event
6:30pm: Opening remarks from keynote speaker
Barbara Bush, Barbara Bush Foundation for Family Literacy (via Skype)
Peter Diamandis, President of the XPRIZE (via Skype)
Anthony Tassi, Executive Director, Literacy Partners Literacy Partners Adult Learners
Stephanie Dua is Founder & CEO of Homer. The Homer Learn to Read Program is the fastest, most effective way to teach your child to read. Launched in August 2013, Learn with Homer has quickly become the #1 Learn to Read program for families all over the world and has been proven to boost reading scores by 74%. Stephanie previously served as the CEO of the Fund for Public Schools from 2006 through 2011 working with Joel Klein and Caroline Kennedy. Under Stephanie's leadership, the Fund secured over $165 million in private support for NYC's core education reforms.

Paul Gollash is the CEO of Voxy, a venture funded education technology company that he founded in 2010. Voxy's personal-ized English learning platform delivers unprecedented efficacy, and is changing how second languages are taught around the world. He has helped build a number of companies in his career, most recently as a venture investor for Sir Richard Branson's Virgin Group. He has a BA from Dartmouth and an MBA with Honors from The University of Chicago (Booth).

For over 20 years, Jonathan Harber has been a pioneer in education technology. Mr. Harber serves as the Co-founder at EDge Edtech, LLC. As Chief Executive Officer of Harber Advisors, LLC, he advises private equity funds and large education companies on mergers and acquisitions. Until January 2014, he served as Chief Executive Officer of Pearson K12 Technology following its acquisition of Schoolnet. In this role, he was responsible for Pearson's K12 Technology business, managing a team of 1,000 employees. Mr. Harber was the Chief Executive Officer of Schoolnet, Inc, which he co-founded in 1998. Prior to launching Schoolnet, he was the co-founder of two other EdTech companies that were sold to public companies: Diva and NewKidCo.

Michael has developed, implemented, and studied technology and learning for more than 15 years. At the NYC Department of Educa-tion's Office of Postsecondary Readiness, he designed programs that promote student-centered, technology-driven teaching and learning, computer science education, and nonprofit and industry partnerships for schools. At the Columbia Center for New Media Teaching and Learning (CCNMTL), he led the development of web-based multimedia analysis tools. He has taught courses in psychology and research methods at Teachers College, Columbia University, where he earned a Ph.D. in Cognitive Psychology. He received a B.A. from Harvard University.

Jake Schwartz is Co-Founder and CEO of Genera