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I. EDUCATION 1. School Reform 2. Fixing Urban Schools II. LAND USE AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT 3. Blighted Cities 4. Downtown Renaissance 5. Attracting Jobs 6. Rapid Urbanization 7. Aging Infrastructure 8. High-Speed Trains III. LAW ENFORCEMENT 9. Police Misconduct IV. RACE, CLASS AND ETHNICITY 10. Domestic Poverty 11. Immigration Conflict 12. Child Poverty