Education as a Source of National Power
Education is one source of national power that feeds the instruments of national power the USA uses to pursue its national objectives. This is true historically and continues today. Education contributes to all three elements of Clausewitz’s Triangle. Education contributes to each element of Clausewitz’s triangle in three ways: Development of Systems/Knowledge, Development of Talent, and Conducting Evaluation/Assessment.
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