The American Enterprise Institute’s Frederick (Rick) Hess is coming (back) to the Buckeye State to set Ohioans straight. His most recent book, Education Unbound: The Promise and Practice of Greenfield Schooling, argues for a radical rethinking of our educational establishment, and his forthcoming (and Fordham co-produced) book, A Penny Saved: How Schools and Districts Can Tighten Their Belts While Serving Students Better, chronicles how states and school districts might cut education spending while improving student performance. Hess will discuss the important lessons from both books and provide cautionary tales for Ohio and its leaders at The City Club of Cleveland on Friday, May 7. For tickets or more information, call toll free at 888-223-6786 or locally at 216-621-0082.

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