Sharpening awareness of structural vulnerabilities and weaknesses may build consensus and galvanize action on needed reforms and investments to accelerate recovery and support longer-term development.
It negates the considerable federal investments made to roll out the 2015 rule and ignores evidence of ongoing racial discrimination, residential segregation, and barriers to opportunity in the US.
What We Can Learn from a Program Providing Job Training to Students with a History of Opioid Use Disorder
Students with lived experience in addiction and recovery became New York State Certified Recovery Peer Advocates.
Community colleges and their students have a shared interest in accelerated learning.
To connect more students to employment, college administrators need to act quickly and creatively.
Urban partnered with the Chicago Community Trust on a new plan to narrow the racial and ethnic wealth gap in Chicago.
Critics of smart city technology argue that rapidly integrating technology in all aspects of government can exacerbate cities’ existing inequalities.
Creative Financing Could Help Cities Like Portland, Maine, Integrate Asylum Seekers and Tackle Other Challenges
Several hundred asylum seekers—most fleeing violence in Central Africa—arrived in Portland, Maine over the summer.