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2016 Leadership Summit
‘Grit’ in Kids is Good, But Here’s What Else They Need
Researchers describe key factors in what constitutes success and how to foster it.
By CAROLINA GONZÃLEZ
Why Bilingual Kids Have an Edge Over the Rest of Us
One in 10 students is classified as English Language Learners (ELLs). Encouraging them to “live in two languages” helps everyone.
The New Melting Pots
Cities across the country are welcoming immigrants as a boon to the economy.
By Ted Hesson
The Trade Paradox
Though congressional Democrats are resisting Obama’s trade agenda, blue metropolitan areas are now generating the most jobs from exports.
By Ronald Brownstein
The Most Diverse County in the Southeast Is Run Almost Entirely by White Politicians
It’s part of a problematic trend: Americans communities grow more diverse, but their leadership stays the same.
By Matt Vasilogambros