I asked this among a number of questions in your Reddit office hours (Knight Foundation) yesterday evening:
In what ways would you focus, Carol, teachers (and intern teachers) that World University and School hires teaching to each city (in all 26 of the KF) uniquely in group video, and other ways online interactively, in order 1) to attract talented people 2) to help cities expand economic prospects by breaking down divides and making new connections and 3) to spur connection and civic involvement - such a proposal and project further in terms of Knight Foundation city priorities? Thanks, Scott
And from a different login I also asked -
What should teachers focus on to teach to each city uniquely in group video in order 1) to attract talented people (and hire intern teachers) 2) to help cities expand economic prospects (and teach starting businesses that work from local knowledge) and 3) to spur connection (and build a smart development-oriented community) - based on your experience in Memphis and other cities as an entrepreneur, and as a teacher? Thank you, Scott MacLeod (https://twitter.com/scottmacleod)
And I found this later on Chris Barr's Twitter feed (@heychrisbarr):
The Real Arts Economy: Place-Making, Not Tourism
I asked 4 questions from 2 different Reddit accounts: ScottMacLeod and WorldUnivandSch, but the latter questions don't appear to be in the above transcript.
See, these related Tweets, too:
The "Thank you @ccoletta ... " Tweet was favorited by @jpalfrey I'm glad to say ...
And the "What happens when university ... " Tweet was favorited by the @knightfdn I'm so glad to say ...