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2016 Leadership Summit
Hitting the Cognitive Wall by Third Grade?
Roundup: Only about a third of U.S. 9-year-olds score at or above the national average in math, reading, and science; the results for black, Hispanic, and low-income kids are even more discouraging.
By Jody Brannon
Dreamers Crowdsourcing to a Degree
Roundup: More undocumented aspiring collegians are turning to the sites where benefactors will help them pay their fees in return for reimbursement after graduation.
Menendez: ‘Ethnically Diverse America’ Requires We All Adjust
The “multicultural future” is here, and it’s time to embrace it — and acknowledge that people of color add to the U.S. marketplace, the senator from New Jersey says.
By Sen. Robert Menendez
A Look at NYC’s Black, Latino, and Asian Caucus
“The success of a city in transition depends on how well informed people are,” says the 28-year-old executive director working to engage citizens in a minority-majority metropolis.
By Alex Rias
How Do Presidential Candidates Spend $1 Billion?
It involves plenty of ad buys, big payouts to contractors and some help from super PACS.
By Stephanie Stamm