This section covers innovations that increase and enhance representation of diverse populations in the governance process. Focuses on policies and programs that ensure that traditionally marginalized segments of society — including women, the poor, and ethnic and religious minorities — can participate in the political process and gain greater access to services and resources.

Bay State Banner, The, November 27, 2017

Bilingual instruction came one step closer to making a return in Massachusetts last week, with the House voting near-unanimously to support An Act Relative to Language Opportunity for Our Kids (LOOK), a bill that would allow instructors to teach English language learners in their...

Government Technology, July 19, 2017
NPR and Local Affiliates, July 18, 2017
Innovations in American Government Awards, January 1, 2017