Education is an issue that touches everyone, personally, professionally, and as citizens of our respective nations and the world. The Federal Reserve Bank of Boston has had a long involvement with education reform in Massachusetts and in Boston specifically. We do this out of a sense of community involvement, but also out of a real desire to improve the pool from which we draw a major share of our workforce. As we consider the challenges facing our country and the world, education, more so than almost anything else, is at once both at the heart of every problem and a part of every solution.
Volume (Year): 47 (2002)
Issue (Month): Jun ()
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