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Surviving On Their Own: How Leaders In Appalachia’s Remote Rural Communities Make Economic Development Policy
There is growing support for metropolitan-focused economic development policy in the United States. Defenders of this metropolitan agenda push aside concerns regarding whether rural communities are left out of this framework ...
Making the Grade? Kindergarten Readiness In Connecticut
In Connecticut, 83% of kindergarteners attended preschool. Despite high preschool enrollment, less than half of these students enter kindergarten consistently demonstrating the language, literacy, numeracy and social skills ...
Dire Straits: The American Canadian Dispute Over the Northwest Passage and a Policy Recommendation to Improve Arctic Security
Global climate change is thawing the Arctic, opening once impassable northern waterways and presenting new challenges for Canada and the United States as maritime traffic in the region increases. A longstanding legal dispute ...