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School Improvement Industry

NOTE: Marc Dean Millot is a coauthor of Rand Studies, Issues from the 1997 Army After Next Winter Wargames and The "Day After..." Study : Nuclear Proliferation in the Post-Cold War World. He is the co-author of the Center for Reinventing Public Education study Are Charter Schools Getting More Money into the Classroom? A Micro-Financial Analysis of First Year Charter Schools in Massachusetts. Formerly, he was President and CEO, National Charter School Alliance.


School Improvement Industry Weekly: A Web-Enabled Newspaper for the Marketplace Created by No Child Left Behind

About Us

After more than a decade of involvement with this emerging industry, as a Senior Social Scientist at RAND, Chief Operating Officer at New American Schools, founder and President of its affiliated Education Entrepreneurs Fund, first President of the National Charter School Alliance, and an ongoing contributor to the Center on Reinventing Public Education, I decided to develop School Improvement Industry (SII).

This is a social enterprise driven by knowledge that our industry's entrepreneurs - whether in for-profit or nonprofit settings - can find few support services consistent with their perspectives, aspirations and needs. SII's mission is to create a community of services for these leaders of the organizations that enhance teaching and learning to make public education better.

Marc Dean Millot,
Editor and President

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