Watch — Jeb Bush, on Priorities for a New School Year: America’s Economy Is Being Redefined & Governors Must Lead the Charge in Helping Classrooms Catch Up
This is one in a series of summer videos with experts and thought leaders on the state of American education, going into the 2018 school year. Watch all the videos, and read other in-depth interviews, by visiting our 74 Interview section.
Former governor and presidential candidate Jeb Bush sits down to discuss America’s rapidly changing economy and workforce, why the ability of our schools to adapt and prepare a new generation of graduates will become a national priority, and why many of the education reforms he implemented in Florida were not the easiest political route but remain a high point of his Florida legacy.
Produced by James Fields; Disclosure — The Walton Family Foundation, Bloomberg Philanthropies, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, William E. Simon Foundation, Doris & Donald Fisher Fund, and the Triad Foundation provide funding to both The 74 and the Foundation for Excellence in Education, where Bush serves as president and chairman.