School districts must assess what works best within their borders and why.
Innovative thinking by all staff must be encouraged through multiple paths of communications. Proven techniques, efficiencies, learning methodologies, community initiatives, technology developments benchmarking concepts, etc., must be refined through critical review. Selected innovations should be reviewed for their prospective value to others and market revenue potential.
We feel the educational establishment must change its culture from, inadvertently, safeguarding local successes to increased sharing and advancing knowledge for the collective benefit.
Unlike business and industry, public school districts don't have to compete with other public school districts, so they have an opportunity to better one another through open sharing. Like industry, new revenue opportunities can be gained through consulting, licensing or sales to other districts.
Entrepreneurship and Education are thus wed as Edupreneurship