1. New Ideas In Education

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    Providing options to the educational status quo. That's what we highlight this week. The Robert W. Plaster Foundation exists to financially support the teaching of a free enterprise/ free markets-based approach to economics. This Missouri-based organization partners with colleges and universities to fund the facilities needed to grow their educational efforts. Robert W. Plaster's daughter, Dr. Dolly Plaster-Clement, explains why they feel this effort is important and describes the impact they hope to have. Also, the Show Me Institute provides a special report on a unique charter school in western Missouri. It's set up to provide a second chance to "at risk" students who could easily fall through the cracks in a traditional public school setting. Brittany Waggoner reports on what's being done differently at DeLaSalle Education Center.

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    • Camp Enterprise 2015 - Highlight

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      • Moral Case for Free Markets

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        • What is human flourishing and what can we do to encourage it? with Arthur Brooks, President of AEI

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          10 June: The Legatum Institute was delighted to host a breakfast conversation with Arthur Brooks, President of the American Enterprise Institute (AEI). He discussed AEI's upcoming programme on 'Human Flourishing: Expanding Opportunity for All by Strengthening Free Enterprise', which explores the question of what do we know about the true sources of happiness? In this short video interview, Brooks discusses ways in which we can encourage human flourishing. More information: http://li.com/events/human-flourishing-expanding-opportunity-for-all-by-strengthening-free-enterprise

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          • Rising Stars: INNOVATE! Business Challenge

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            High school students from across Humboldt County have the opportunity to develop & share their ideas for new start-up businesses in this competitive event that celebrates entrepreneurship, creativity, and innovation. Competitors first brainstorm their innovative product, service, or business and present them by uploading electronic elevator pitch videos, which are judged by selected community members. Semi-Finalists are then chosen and given the opportunity to receive entrepreneurial coaching as well as answer 13 business-plan-related questions. Finalists are then selected and invited to attend an Evening of Inspiration, where they present their business concepts to a panel of judges. Following their prepared presentations, the judges ask each of them challenging questions regarding their business plan concepts. Family members, educators, and members from the business community are also invited to attend. Winners receive monetary awards that are able to be used as seed capital for their new businesses or toward their education. For more information, please visit http://www.humboldtrisingstars.org/events/innovate/ Special Thanks to the Rising Stars Foundation and the Decade of Difference for making this video possible.

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            • Season 2, Episode 8: Pennsylvania Free Enterprise Week

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              In this special edition of PMA Perspective, PMA's Carl Marrara travels to Pennsylvania Free Enterprise Week (PFEW) at Lycoming College, in Williamsport, PA. "PFEW is an intensive program that educates high school students about the American free enterprise system. Bringing motivated students together with business people from throughout the state. This unique concept in learning has enhanced the lives of over 33,000 young adults for thirty-five years. During PFEW, participants not only learn to appreciate our free enterprise system, but they also see from a practitioner's perspective what it takes to be successful in an increasingly competitive global marketplace. Student companies simulate the actual operation of their own business for the equivalent of three years. Facing all of the decisions that real executives are confronted by, the student companies are mentored by dedicated business volunteers who serve as Company Advisors. Sharing their knowledge and expertise, Company Advisors address the most significant issues facing business today in straightforward, informal discussion with students. Accented with motivational speakers and interactive learning exercises, this one-of-a-kind program furnishes a real life educational experience for eager students. Scholarship winners grasp the value of teamwork, cooperation and leadership and are provided with an invaluable opportunity to develop communication skills." Follow the discussion on Twitter: #PMAperspective PMA Perspective© 2014 All Rights Reserved.

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              • Ngăn bước Thành Công

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                • Free Enterprise Promo

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                  • "Mind Your Own Business" - Economy, Politics, and Small Business

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                    On this broadcast Tommy Brann and Jeff Cousins discuss the economy, politics and small business along with producer Eric.

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                    • E&EI at CPAC St. Louis

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                      E&EI asked conservatives at CPAC St. Louis what they think conservatism says about energy and climate policy. We were inspired. This is the future of conservatism.

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