At the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation Corporate Citizenship Center, we believe that business is part of the solution to closing the skills and achievement gaps and filling the jobs that will drive economic growth. Our goal is to showcase how businesses are taking a leadership role in advancing student successes throughout various stages of individuals’ personal and educational development.
At the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation, we are witness to the positive impacts business can have on society through strategic initiatives and partnerships.
The research is clear: high-quality early education is a significant predictor of future success.
The United States is facing an acute talent shortage in the Computer Science (CS) field that must be addressed in order to remain at the forefront of innovation. According to the National Science Foundation, only 2.4% of U.S.
The 2014 Leaders & Laggards report will be published on September 11, coinciding with an event held at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce headquarters in Washington, D.C.
From iPads and iPods, to Facebook and Twitter, kids today generally use technology with ease. However, while most young people are savvy technology consumers, very few understand the programming and coding that brings their gadgets to life.
The Georgia Partnership for Excellence in Education has developed a new way to inform legislators and other education stakeholders on education policy. Building on their popular Policy Primer, the Partnership recently released an online version of The Education Policy Toolbox.