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November 13, 2013 04:52 pm


“Technology can become an equalizer in education by providing the same educational opportunities to low-income students and students of color as it does to more affluent students,” writes Bob Wise, president of the Alliance, in a new op-ed. Providence Journal

Internet access can be a great equalizer for students, ensuring that the highest and lowest income students all have access to high-quality curriculum. This article looks at the lack of resources, including internet connectivity, in too many schools. The Washington Post

Malala Yousafzai might be the first person that comes to mind when you think of influential teens, but there are a whole host of them that are doing incredible things. TIME names their 16 most influential teenagers. Huffington Post

What city is America’s smartest? Would you guess New York or maybe Washington, DC? You might be surprised by the answer. Policy Mic


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