Cell-Ed | Cell-Ed’s New York State program makes Harvard’s top 25 innovations in American government
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Cell-Ed’s New York State program makes Harvard’s top 25 innovations in American government

Cell-Ed’s New York State program makes Harvard’s top 25 innovations in American government

May 2nd – The Ash Center for Democratic Governance and Innovation at the John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University, announced the Top 25 programs in this year’s Innovations in American Government Awards competition. Cell-Ed is proud to make the list. Selected by a team of policy experts, researchers, and practitioners, these initiatives represent the dedicated efforts of city, state, and federal governments, and address such policy issues as economic development, environmental and community revitalization, public health, equal access to education, criminal justice, and health care. A full list of the Top 25 programs is available here.