November 30th, 2011

LISTEN: Doug Lynch, UPenn Professor

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Welcome to the third edition of the relaunched Learning Matters podcast. In this episode, Learning Matters web producer Ted Bauer speaks with UPenn vice dean and professor Doug Lynch about various issues in education, including his business plan competition. Lynch draws pointed contrasts between corporate education and public education, and is candid about the notion of success and failure within the field. Enjoy the conversation.

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Next week (Dec. 7) we’ll feature an interview with George Washington University professor Natalie Milman, so be on the lookout for that.

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Great conversation. But isn’t innovation slower in public education because there are children involved? Corporations can be more nimble because they are concerned with money, and adults, whereas schools are concerned with money, adults and also children?

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