Goldman Sachs is offering $10,000 to the best concept for the following topic: What should we do to create a strong U.S. education system that works for all, that improves student outcomes, and enables our country to regain its leadership position in the field of education?
The essay can be no longer than three pages and will be judged by a panel of educators working with the Stanford Education Club. The criteria will based on originality, insightfulness, feasibility, and potential impact. The deadline for the submission is 5 p.m. on Nov. 16. All essays and questions must be sent to EdInnovationEssay@gs.com.
The essay contest is part of the company’s second Global Education Conference, which is in partnership with Stanford University. The conference brings together education leaders to debate issues, raise questions, discuss best practices and create a richer dialogue on a diverse array of topics on education.
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