Education

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More than twenty years before Obama's Health Care Reform Act, the American Assembly on The Future of Social Welfare in America advocated improving access to high quality care while containing costs. Participants found that the education system was failing many students, particularly minori...
Past Projects
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In February 2013, The American Assembly released Revitalizing the Legacy Cities of Upstate New York—a report documenting revitalization strategies for upstate cities, based on a recent Assembly-sponsored meeting of urban policy and economic development experts. The report emphasizes several ...
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Chaired by Lee C. Bollinger, President, Columbia University and Nancy Cantor, Chancellor of the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, the 2004 Assembly tackled the issue of members of the arts community not capitalizing on alliances with colleges and universities. The Assembly participant...
Publications
This 2004 Assembly tackled the question of members of the arts community not capitalizing on alliances with colleges and universities. The Assembly participants concluded that not only do higher education institutions support artists and their work, but in many areas colleges and universities...
More than twenty years before Obama's Health Care Reform Act, the report from the American Assembly on The Future of Social Welfare in America advocated improving access to high quality care while containing costs. Participants found that the education system was failing many students, p...
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Al Gore and Community Capitalism

Al Gore: “The greatest untapped markets In the world are right here at home, in our distressed communities," in support of The American Assembly's 1997 report on "Community Capitalism" and the future New Markets Tax Credit.