As the nation remembers the destruction and devastation of Hurricane Katrina in light of the tragedy’s 10th anniversary this weekend, we also should celebrate the indomitable resolve and resilience of New Orleans – and look to what’s next for the city to position itself for 21st century success.View article
If you tell an audience these days that the way to solve big national problems is to reorganize the federal government, you’re liable to get laughed offstage. And I can understand why. Not only is faith in the federal government at near-historic lows, but the record of some past efforts at federal reorganization does not…View article
Much is riding on the outcome of a months-long Congressional debate over re-authorization of the Higher Education Act, the sweeping law that governs colleges and universities.View article
Independence Day gives us an opportunity to celebrate America’s birth as a democracy. This year, it also should spur a redoubling of efforts to uphold that system of governance, whose well-being is at greater risk than we’ve seen in decades.View article
The 21st century is shaping up to be a golden age for cities, with growth in U.S. municipalities projected to create an even stronger urban majority in coming decades. Some localities will ascend as exemplars of flourishing communities in this new era. And they won’t necessarily be the places you’d expect.View article
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