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President Sarah Rosen Wartell’s reflections on pressing issues of the day and the latest research insights that can help changemakers advance equity, opportunity, and upward mobility.
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The latest policy and research news on the nation's social and fiscal challenges (biweekly)
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Notifications of upcoming Urban Institute events and webcasts.
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Information on traditional college pathways and other postsecondary options (quarterly).
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Ways to make the tax system simpler, fairer, and more progrowth while investigating who would pay more and who would pay less (bimonthly).
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Tax Policy Center’s morning summary of the day’s tax news, including upcoming action in Congress, the Administration, and in the states, and the latest tax policy research. (daily, weekly)
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 The latest data and analysis on today’s education policy issues, from prekindergarten through postsecondary (bimonthly)
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 A periodic column on public policy by Institute fellow Eugene Steuerle
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 Timely analysis of the housing market trends, the housing finance system, and credit access (biweekly)
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Weekly News summaries from housing publications and major media sources
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 How state and federal health policy affect patients, providers, payers, and communities (biweekly)
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 Policies that affect and are affected by immigrants and immigration (quarterly)
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Crime trends and evidence-based solutions for neighborhoods, cities, states, and national criminal justice systems (monthly)
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Cutting across disciplines to understand families, communities, and the public systems that influence kids’ well-being and success (quarterly)
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 How policy and place affects well-being and long-term life chances in neighborhoods, cities, and metropolitan areas (monthly)
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Updates from the National Neighborhood Indicators Partnership (NNIP), a network coordinated by the Urban Institute, consisting of local organizations that help their communities use neighborhood data for better decisionmaking (quarterly)
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A look beyond traditional antipoverty programs to evaluate how savings, homes, pensions, and small businesses can give low-income Americans a foothold in the middle class (monthly)
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The latest research and commentary on how policies and laws impact population health, well-being, and equity from one of Robert Wood Johnson Foundation’s signature research programs (monthly).
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Insights into the role of evidence in pay for success and the latest trends in the field (monthly)
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Analyzing how changing demographics and economic inequality affect family and individual well-being (quarterly)
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Our extensive work on retirement policy covers the many ways the aging of America will trigger changes in how we work, retire, and spend federal resources (bimonthly)
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Assessing how state and local governments raise revenue and deliver and finance public services (monthly)
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Insights into nonprofit services and performance management for more effective leadership (monthly)
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 Informing policy debate and decisionmaking in our home city and region (bimonthly)