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Internet for rural kids, growing old in jail, and more...

For elementary school students in rural areas, Internet access can open up the world. But getting connected can be complicated. (The Atlantic)

Why the people in charge of transit systems should be required to actually ride transit. (CityLab)

A new report from PricewaterhouseCoopers highlights a dire and “unmistakable” trend: The world’s major economies are increasingly failing to do what’s needed to curb global warming. And we’re running out of time. (Mother Jones)

Growing old in jail: As the U.S. population ages, so does the population of its prisons. (MetroTrends)

What does economic security really mean today? (Marketplace)

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Why the U.S. trails nearly all other industrialized nations when it comes to educational equality. (The New York Times)

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