Conversation with Bill Gates

In a conversation about current issues, Gates shares his optimism about improvements in the world in terms of health, education, women's rights, and the human development index. Gates and Walter Isaacson delve deep into the topic of education and discuss, among other things, reform, teacher evaluation, teaching to the test, state budgets, and the role of technology in education.

Festival: 2010

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