The O'Neil Center for Global Markets and Freedom Presents
Entrepreneurship in Education:
The Key to Rebuilding America’s Middle Class
The fifth annual conference will feature:
W. Michael Cox (O'Neil Center) on how competition will improve our schools and rebuild America’s middle class.
Eugenia Toma (University of Kentucky) on how charter schools are remaking the U.S. educational landscape.
Bryan Caplan (George Mason University) on questioning the true effectiveness of education.
James Tooley (University of Newcastle upon Tyne) on the improbable triumph of low-cost private schools in developing nations.
Jeffrey Sandefer (Acton MBA and Acton Academy) on the virtues of disrupting the traditional model of education.
Breakfast and luncheon included
Friday, September 27, 2013
8:00 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.
Collins Executive Education Center
Southern Methodist University
Proceeds will support student programs and other educational activities of the O'Neil Center for Global Markets and Freedom.