Should salaries be made public? Why are some schools adding coding to the curriculum? What political strategy lessons can we learn from the NBA playoffs? Programs at the Aspen Institute have been scouring their respective issue areas to find and share the most insightful and informative links to answer these questions, and more.
Scroll down to see tweets from across the Institute this week about what’s important right now. Follow our @AspenInstitute list on Twitter for updates and to keep up with each program’s events, video, and experts, and let us know what you’re reading in the comments section below.
Great piece on the #911Museum which is headed by Crown Fellow @JoeCDaniels in @Wired: http://t.co/2ncOXljvIB. The museum opens this week.
— AGLN (@AspenAGLN) May 14, 2014
Can making salaries public create better companies, staffed with better-paid & more productive employees? http://t.co/1ryGicP31k
— Aspen BSP (@AspenBizSociety) May 16, 2014
Electronic v. print – are paper #books necessary for deep #reading and deep thinking? http://t.co/o1vLjB6QHR
— Aspen Writers (@AspenWriters) May 15, 2014
In the efforts to remake the Newark education system, talk revolves around fixing the inequality w/in the city. http://t.co/RKSarnR9dk
— Aspen Ascend (@AspenAscend) May 15, 2014
Just in time for the NBA playoffs: How basketball-style policy can counter Putin's agile Russia @WarOnTheRocks http://t.co/nDBO1Lsi08
— Aspen Security Forum (@AspenSecurity) May 13, 2014
Schools add coding to curriculum, it's quickly becoming the new norm to code at an early age. http://t.co/qBt2ynlz3e
— Aspen Task Force (@AspenTaskForce) May 12, 2014