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Reflecting on President's Day: church with Jimmy Carter


When it comes to the long-term economic well-being of this country, it's not the presidents who matter. It's ordinary individuals.
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Don't predict the future of work; prepare for it


Look beyond the edge of what currently exists to see job creation in a way we can barely imagine.
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The power to choose


Project Choice captured the nation's imagination by offering four classes of Westport High School students the support they needed to access and pay for education after high school.
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Dissertations in Entrepreneurship: Seeking More Scholars


With less than a week away from the deadline for the 2016 Kauffman Dissertation Fellowship, Growthology highlights some of the great work from dissertations completed this year by previous fellows.
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Authenticity in Action


Around a table in Texas, I saw Kansas City’s truly uncommon dedication to learn together for education.

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Building a ladder of opportunity


Kauffman Scholars Inc. is helping build a ladder to an inclusive prosperity for more than 1,000 young Americans.
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The ESHIP Summit


The ESHIP Summit is a convening of leaders from across the United States and beyond seeking to support entrepreneurs, build ecosystems and change our economy.
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Navigating the Fog: How Ecosystem Builders Help Entrepreneurs on Their Journey


The typical journey of an entrepreneur is a long drive on a twisting road. Even the most fortunate founders face challenges around every corner. A new role - the ecosystem builder - is emerging in communities across the country to help entrepreneurs in a more deliberate way.
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At Last, a Global Platform for Startups


The nurturing of new and young firms has so far not been given much attention in prominent global gatherings. International government meetings have mostly concentrated on passive SME policy and others like the World Economic Forum have treated entrepreneurs as a side ring at the circus. The maturing of the Global Entrepreneurship Congress (GEC) to fill this gap is thus a welcome development.

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