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Paul McConaughy

I'm struck by the fact that, while the technology lockdown is great in industry, it is often even greater in two places where we need innovation dearly - government and K-12 education.

How can we expect new ideas and opportunity to flow in environments that have thicker technology walls than any other place in the world.

How can these environments continue to survive in a "there's an app for that world?

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