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The Education Industry Association (EIA) named David Andrews, Dean, Johns Hopkins University School of Education, as the recipient of its 2013 “Friend of the Education Industry” Award.
“Dean Andrews (pictured below right) is most deserving of this award, which for nine years has put an appreciative spotlight on educators, policymakers and businesspeople who don’t know what status quo means. Who do not shy away from education’s most vexing problems. And who above all dedicate themselves to reforming education for the betterment of our schools, our teachers, and our students,” said Michael R. Sandler (pictured below left), chairman and CEO of Education Industry Group and author of Social Entrepreneurship in Education: Private Ventures for the Public Good, who presented the Award today on behalf of EIA during its 13th Education Industry Days conference here.
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