The Education Issue in the Sunday NY Times, 18-Sept

See e.g.,

[Curator's comment: The popular press increasingly is reflecting the ubiquitous circumstances of need with respect to K-16 education and life-long learning. There are lots of interesting anecdotes about alternatives but few strategic solutions that confront the reality of the selective pressures (e.g., conflicting desires) that are driving us toward an ever more limiting and tyrannical suboptimization of our time and that of our children... Compare the themes in the special issue on education to the piece by Robert Frank in the same Sunday Times at]


Gary Riccio

As a partner and as a consultant, I deliver value by identifying, aggregating, and developing previously undervalued assets--people and systems, internal and external, public and private, scientific and technical--for exceptional impact.