As discussões sobre esse tema geralmente incluem perguntas como "até que ponto é grave a escassez de qualificações?", "o que podemos fazer a esse respeito?" e "como podemos promover uma cooperação melhor entre nossas escolas e empresas?". Agora, porém, estão sendo levantadas perguntas mais sérias: a própria existência da escassez de qualificações está sendo questionada.
Amy Rosen is a nationally recognized expert in comprehensive urban school-system-reform strategies where she has worked to close the achievement gap by providing all young people with high quality educational opportunities. For the past 15 years, Amy has applied her entrepreneurial vision, management skills and experience to urban school districts and education organizations She served as President and CEO of the Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship (NFTE) – the oldest, largest non-profit entrepreneurship education organization in the world. She is currently a partner at the Public Private Strategy Group (PPSG) and a member of the President's Advisory Council on Financial Capabilities of Young People. She also served as an advisor to former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg's team, designing and implementing the restructuring of New York City's Department of Education. She previously served as COO for New Visions, a large non-profit committed to systemic reform of New York Public Schools. She has taught Education Leadership at Columbia Business School to MBA students. In addition to her experience in education, Amy has spent 20 successful years as a leader in the field of transportation, where she led transportation and transit agencies while advocating for national investment in transportation infrastructure and serving two terms as a Presidential Appointee to the Amtrak Board of Directors.
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