Category Archives: Hunt, James B.
Former governor James B. Hunt, Jr. and economist Ray Marshall converse in the late 1980s about the role of education in maintaining a strong American economy. According to the Carnegie Forum on Education and the Economy, America’s ability to compete in world markets … Continue reading
How do governors of four Southern states account for the historical disparities between education and economic growth in the region? What are some policies they are using in 1983 to remedy historical political inequities regarding the connections between education and … Continue reading
Southern governors Lamar Alexander, Pierre S. du Pont IV, James B. Hunt, Jr., and Charles S. Robb and scholar Dewey W. Grantham assess education, economic growth, and politics in the 1980s, with consideration of the connections between state and federal agencies, and specific issues including educational … Continue reading