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The rest of the country might learn something from these on-the-rise metropolises.
They’re young, smart and driven. And they’re all alumni of Teach for America. For this quartet of school board members, reshaping a district plagued by cheating is the ultimate test — for them and the organization that trained them.
If "electronic bumblebees" can cut costs and keep workers safe, then why aren't more governments using them?
Led by Haley Van Dyck, a team of visionaries at the U.S. Digital Service thinks that government can be just as technologically nimble as Silicon Valley.
As work continues on a massive redevelopment project, Atlanta searches for additional ways to wean its residents off of cars and convert them to walkable lifestyles.
Since the War on Drugs began, more than 39 million have been arrested for nonviolent offenses. Which is why LEAP is leading the charge to reform this nation's drug laws.
As these locales demonstrate, a regional body can be an efficient way to govern.
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