American Academy of Arts and Sciences

For A Series Of Workshops On K-16 Education And Evidence-based Policy

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    46 Months
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Norton's Woods
136 Irving Street
Cambridge, MA 02138-1996
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for examining the effects of income and wealth inequality on American democracy  
An honorary society that celebrates the excellence of its members, the American Academy of Arts and Sciences is an independent research center that convenes leaders from across disciplines and perspectives to address significant challenges. The academy will conduct a 12-month planning effort to develop a major new initiative that will address how surging inequality and declining rates of social mobility have, for many Americans, bred deep distrust with economic and political institutions. The American Dream Project will build on and complement the academy’s Commission on the Practice of Democratic Citizenship, which explored the weaknesses and vulnerabilities in our political and civic life, and issued a final report proposing concrete steps to enable more Americans to participate as effective citizens in a diverse twenty-first century democracy.

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