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Its easy to write about what the government or other people should do with our/their money. Businesses that just needed a jump start to get the ball rolling and create jobs. If you come up with the idea and get funding, you have a head start. You must demonstrate as part of your plan that you sell your product or service for more than what it costs you to produce, fully encumbered 7. I will make no promises that I will be available to offer help. There will be a standard agreement, you can take it or leave it.It’s harder to come up with a course of action that I can undertake on my own that possibly, somehow could make a difference. Im a big believer that entrepreneurs will lead us out of this mess. If you execute better than others, you could possibly make money at it. Once I have done the standard agreement, I will post it here for all to see. Maybe it leads to great things, maybe it leads to nothing. Im not going to claim a minimum or maximum amount or total I will invest.No minimum, no maximum, but a very specific set of rules. You must post your business plan here, or you can post it on , or google docs, all completely public for anyone to see and/or download 9.Sahlberg notes that Finland has taken a very different path.He observes:"The Finns have worked systematically over 35 years to make sure that competent professionals who can craft the best learning conditions for all students are in all schools, rather than thinking that standardized instruction and related testing can be brought in at the last minute to improve student learning and turn around failing schools." Sahlberg identifies a set of global reforms, undertaken especially in the Anglo-Saxon countries, that Finland has not adopted, including standardization of curriculum enforced by frequent external tests; narrowing of the curriculum to basic skills in reading and mathematics; reduced use of innovative teaching strategies; adoption of educational ideas from external sources, rather than development of local internal capacity for innovation and problem-solving; and adoption of high-stakes accountability policies, featuring rewards and sanctions for students, teachers, and schools.Yet this country created a productive teaching and learning system by expanding access while investing purposefully in ambitious educational goals using strategic approaches to build teaching capacity.
They also recognize the large autonomy that schools enjoy, little interference by the central education administration in schools’ everyday lives, systematic methods to address problems in the lives of students, and targeted professional help for those in need." Leaders in Finland attribute the gains to their intensive investments in teacher education—all teachers receive three years of high-quality graduate level preparation completely at state expense—plus a major overhaul of the curriculum and assessment system designed to ensure access to a “thinking curriculum” for all students.
My first inclination is always to try to look “for the next big thing”. As you will see from the rules below, these are going to be businesses that are mostly driven by sweat equity. It can not be a business that generates any revenue from advertising. Because I want this to be a business where you sell something and get paid for it. Im not promising I will definitely invest anything.
Rather than trying to be a Venture Capitalist, I was looking for an idea that hopefully could inspire people to create businesses that could quickly become self funding. I also expect that other people will steal the idea and use it elsewhere. The idea is not just to help you, but to figure out how to help the economy through hard work and ingenuity. If you dont make your numbers, the funding stops 6. Once you get the initial funding you are on your own 10. As I find businesses I like, I will use the email address you provide before you post to get in contact with you.
As an example, I am going to briefly describe how Finland built a strong educational system, nearly from the ground up.
Finland was not succeeding educationally in the 1970s, when the United States was the unquestioned education leader in the world.