Amid DACA Uncertainty, States Open Professions to ‘Dreamers’

Indiana now lets DACA recipients apply for professional licenses. “Dreamers” have thrived for two years in Nebraska with a similar policy. Read More

Rural Recreation

As entrepreneurs, telecommuters and retirees look for a better quality of life closer to the outdoors, rural counties with recreation-based economies are booming. Read More

Four-Day School Weeks

Small rural school districts have long sought to save money and attract teachers by dropping a school day. Now some urban districts are making the switch. Read More
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