Education is central to reducing inequality and increasing mobility. Stanford economics professor Raj Chetty says we should increase support for schools that effectively serve large numbers of disadvantaged youth.
To be a successful commander in chief, you cannot underestimate or really prepare, for the intense pressures and decisions that lie ahead, says Adm. Gary Roughead, former chief of naval operations and a fellow at the Hoover Institution.
Increasing turnout among young voters requires greater recognition among politicians and society as a whole that their issues deserve attention, says Stanford political scientist Emilee Chapman.
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The separation of church and state is fundamental, yet a dose of values and the Golden Rule might enhance political discourse and community, says political strategist Mike McCurry, professor of public theology at Wesley Theological Seminary.
This election has brought the issue of race back into our national dialogue; it’s time to have a broader conversation about whether we’re living the way we want to, says Stanford English Professor Paula Moya.
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