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Lifelong Learning

Most Americans consider themselves lifelong learners, whether that means gathering knowledge for “do it yourself” projects, reading up on a personal interest, or improving their job skills. Digital technology plays a role in these pursuits, but place-based learning—at work, conferences, or libraries—remains vital. Differences in education and income are hallmarks of people’s learning activities.

 

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