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Edition 175

Can Public Schools Close the Digital Divide?

As students return to school, it's clear not all schools are equipped with the tools to provide high-speed internet service.

Edition 175
Can Public Schools Close the Digital Divide?

As students return to school, it's clear not all schools are equipped with the tools to provide high-speed internet service.

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Edition 174
The Glossary Edition

Are we talking about what we think we're talking about?

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Edition 173
The False Choice on Legal Immigration

In one fell swoop, the Trump administration has embraced harming families while undercutting the economic growth the nation hungers for.

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Edition 172
The Care Economy in 2030

Looking ahead, it will be crucial to recognize all types of work so that all people can live their best day.

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Edition 171
Spatial Computing and the Potential of Innovation and Inclusion

Used in service of our national priorities, it could ramp up society’s inclusivity, while also empowering citizens.

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Edition 170
What Does It Look Like to Renew America?

Americans across the country are driving their communities forward in innovative ways—even as Washington grows more divided.

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Edition 169
Letter from the Editor

What has Pride Month come to mean in 2017? And what are some of the issues we should be keeping an eye on?

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Edition 168
Harnessing the Potential of ‘Unlicensed Spectrum’ to Power Connectivity

Utilizing bands of airwaves like Wi-Fi wouldn't only be good for business—it'd also be good for the public interest.

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Edition 167
ICYMI: Renew America

A glimpse of what you missed at New America's 2017 annual conference.

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Edition 166
Who’s Exploiting Whom?

A new book by a former Indian diplomat complicates reparations talks, making a case for why some Western nations ought to repent—and repay.

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Edition 165
France's Presidential Election Has Re-Ignited an Identity Crisis

Despite Emmanuel Macron’s victory, the election points to growing tension around France’s reckoning with its sense of itself.

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Edition 164
Poor Shaming—But This Time in the School Cafeteria

New Mexico's recent legislative action against lunch shaming shows how states can stop schools from shaming students living in poverty.

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