In a post two months ago, I pointed out the important distinction between being high-income and being rich. I gave an example of a friend, and a couple of the commenters suggested that my friend guest blog about his situation...
by John B. Taylor (George P. Shultz Senior Fellow in Economics; Chair, Working Group on Economic Policy; and member of the Task Force on Energy Policy) Eric Hanushek (Paul and Jean Hanna Senior Fellow in Education and member of the K–12 Education Task Force) is mentioned
Woessmann shows that bringing US education levels up to the level of Finland would raise real GDP by over $100 trillion measured in present discounted value terms over the next 80 years. . . .
January 25, 2010 | Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (France)
by Eric Hanushek (Paul and Jean Hanna Senior Fellow in Education and member of the K–12 Education Task Force)
Nations around the world seek to improve their schools in order to enhance the skills and employability of their youth or to reduce inequalities in economic outcomes found within their societies. . . .