What Professional Associations Owe to Their Young Members

Young members are vital to the success of professional associations. As a result, many associations invest in advisory committees, alter communication strategies, and host events to attract and engage young members. But even as associations make these changes, costs will continue to prevent members from joining.

The Challenges of Broadband Policy in the US

As more public services rely on digital technologies, the exercise of citizenship depends on access to a reliable and affordable high-speed internet connection. In that sense, broadband is as essential as electricity or running water for U.S. citizens.

Funding Reform Can Improve Public Education

A reformed state-local funding model is the most effective for public education, allowing both the state and local governments to support schools while providing the best quality possible in an efficient manner. 

A Future Without the Filibuster

Without the filibuster and with more legislation passed, voters could judge their senators on tangible policies and voting records. For those who favor responsiveness over milquetoast compromises, revoking or reforming the filibuster is a step forward.

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What Professional Associations Owe to Their Young Members

Young members are vital to the success of professional associations. As a result, many associations invest in advisory committees, alter communication strategies, and host events to attract and engage young members. But even as associations make these changes, costs will continue to prevent members from joining.

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