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Three Extraordinary UCLA-based Startups Receive Awards in 2022 LMI-Sandler Prize for New Entrepreneurs Competition
Announcing a new partnership between The Milken Archive, UCLA Herb Alpert School of Music and the Lowell Milken Family Foundation. . .
“We’re undergoing a generational shift that promises to make some of the most significant changes to the universe of business law and policy in decades,” Lowell Milken says. “There is a rare and important chance to make an impact on a national scale, and the talent and vision of the people at UCLA Law and LMI make this an exciting and irresistible opportunity.”
Named the 2017 James Bryant Conant Award recipient by the Education Commission of the States, Lowell Milken has dedicated his time, knowledge and resources to create opportunities for people and communities to achieve excellence.
At the crux of that pursuit and passion has been education reform. Through his business ventures and philanthropic efforts, Lowell has provided thousands of students with high-quality teachers, thousands of talented teachers with powerful opportunities for recognition, career advancement and professional growth, and hundreds of organizations with the ideas and resources they need to make a difference in the world.
Ascension Public Schools in Louisiana recently received NIET's 2022 District Award of Excellence for Educator Effectiveness. Ascension Parish began its partnership with NIET in 2008 to implement the TAP System for Teacher and Student Advancement, a whole-school approach to improving instruction and providing opportunities for teachers to grow as leaders, and it has since grown to become one of the top performing school districts in the state of Louisiana.
Since 1982, the Milken Family Foundation has led advances in education and medical research.
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