Here’s your window into the news that powered our thoughts at 1776 this week. Catch up on some of the best links from around the web!
Charter schools often are perceived as being especially innovative—but are they really? Fast Company explains. [Keep Reading]
According to The Guardian, China will outstrip most countries when it comes to solar capacity. Will the country’s top-down approach work? [Keep Reading]
The American Medical Association is weighing in on the ethics of telemedicine and giving doctors the guidance for this new form of care, according to Fortune. [Keep Reading]
Denmark might just become the first truly cashless society. The government has proposed that many retailers could get rid of registers as early as next year, via CNN. [Keep Reading]
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