Those are the big ones.
We have major educational issues in America and world – both in terms of the fact that our system is failing to do what it is designed to do and, in terms of the fact that what it is designed to do is now largely outdated given both the new form of the current / future world economy and the major issues that we face as a global human species.
Sorry to be a downer – but reality can hurt. There are so many people on the planet (from 1.6 billion in 2011 to 8-10 billion projected in a few decades). Each person is consuming more and more — energy, things, stuff. We may be either currently or very nearly beyond the carrying capacity of the biosphere – and that is why we are seeing mass extinctions, severe deforestation, dying of fish and corral reefs, etc. Species are dying at an unprecedented rate. If we don't deal with that, we may not have time to fix all the other issues – poverty, racism, social inequality, etc.
Bottom line: We consume too much and that is only growing – as developing countries strive to copy the US and businesses try to figure out more and more ways to create disposable happiness on demand.
At root, we need to really alter what we 'sell' and 'market' and the types of careers that people want to go into. However, I am an optimist – a relentless one. People are smart and, at their core, cooperative and compassionate. It might take a major event to focus us – but we are gonna figure it out.