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Our new interactive tool brings adjusted NAEP scores to life.

May 24, 2016

At every stage of life, social welfare and safety net programs, apprenticeship and job training programs, and policies designed to revitalize neighborhoods and schools can improve health directly or indirectly.

May 18, 2016

People who experience chronic homelessness often cycle in and out of jail, which not only affects their well-being, but also comes at an enormous fiinancial cost.

Mapping Food Insecurity and Distress in American Indian and Alaska Native Communities

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Mapping Food Insecurity and Distress in American Indian and Alaska Native Communities

New county-level maps reveal the high percentages of households that have trouble getting enough to eat, and the health problems that can result.  

Sanders’s Domestic Program Would Help Most Households, But Add More Than $18 Trillion to the Debt

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Sanders’s Domestic Program Would Help Most Households, But Add More Than $18 Trillion to the Debt

Sanders’s domestic policy agenda would provide a net benefit to most households, but only if he can figure out how to pay for it.

Helping Boys and Young Men of Color Achieve Academic Success

POLICY DEBATE

Helping Boys and Young Men of Color Achieve Academic Success

How can we help these young people reach their full potential? 

Why Cities Should Care about Family Financial Security

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Why Cities Should Care about Family Financial Security

When residents struggle to make ends meet, cities can too.

A Road Map for Safer Communities

RESEARCH

A Road Map for Safer Communities

How can we better respond to gun violence?

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