What many experts believe to be the root of major issues in the U.S. is a lack of proper education in schools. We are improving the curriculum of schools and making them more accessible by using research driven methods and carefully designed software.
In an ever competitive job market, higher degrees or vocational schools might be necessary to earn a decent living. However, access to college in the U.S. has faced a bottleneck, causing a major group of unemployed adults.
We have long treated prison inmates as lower class citizens. As a nation, we have taken more than their freedom; a 10-year sentence means a lifetime of shaming, no chance of a decent job, and without even completing the most important job of prison—reform.
Few people celebrated more than our founder, Joseph C. Ma, when the landmark Supreme Court case Obergefell v. Hodges unequivocally ensured the fundamental right for same-sex marriage. Unfortunately, the basic legal right to marry does not solve many of the social (and even some legal) issues for the LGBTQ+ community.
In recent generations, we've faced a new epidemic, one that even our doctors are still learning more about everyday. The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has identified suicide as one of the leading causes of teenage deaths. We are actively using tried methods of helping these endangered teens.
According to CNBC, the average consumer wasted 42 hours in traffic in 2015. That's longer than an entire work week! It's even worse if you live in a metropolis like San Francisco, Washington D.C., or Los Angeles. Public transportation might be less glamorous than driving, but it's more efficient, cheaper, and sustainable.