In a week, more than 50 experts and entrepreneurs will gather in an attempt to jump-start efforts to improve a troubled educational system and an underperforming economy.
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Seeking a New Path
WHAT: The Collaborative Leadership Summit, a conference on how to improve Atlanta’s education and culture of innovation.
WHO: More than 50 speakers, many of them entrepreneurs. Featured speaker will be Thomas Friedman, author and New York Times columnist.
WHEN: Sept. 22 and 23
WHERE: Woodruff Arts Center
BEHIND THE EVENT: Organized by Leadership Atlanta with the Atlanta Regional Commission, the Metro Atlanta Chamber and the city of Atlanta. Among the 19 corporate sponsors is the Journal-Constitution.
HOW MUCH: General admission for two days is $275, or $175 just for Monday. Various discounts are also available.