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If all students in the United States received at least a basic level of skills in their classrooms, this would pump $27 trillion into the economy over the next 80 years. Yes, that’s trillion with a “T”.
A Q&A session with Utah Gov. Gary Herbert, Lane Beattie, president and CEO of the Salt Lake City Chamber of Commerce, and John McKernan, president of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation.
A new survey suggests that Americans have lost their edge when it comes to innovating.
The New Year is a time-honored opportunity for each of us to start afresh—to make the changes we know we must for our own good, renewing our commitment to personal growth.
There is arguably no more cherished American liberty than the right to freedom of expression. It is enshrined in the First Amendment, and it is the first because it is so vital to democracy and a fair political system. Yet, despite its importance, this right to free speech is under attack.
The Secretary of State offers remarks as the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation hosts the Middle East Commercial Center Leadership Forum.