National Center on Education and the Economy
The National Center on Education and the Economy was created in 1988 to analyze the implications of changes in the international economy for American education, formulate an agenda for American education based on that analysis and seek wherever possible to accomplish that agenda through policy change and development of the resources educators would need to carry it out.
NCEE has three programs designed to accomplish these goals: The Center on International Education Benchmarking, The National Institute for School Leadership and a consulting service for states and large school districts.
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