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In 2016, 31.6 percent of higher education students took at least one distance education course.
In 17 of America's 33 largest metropolitan areas, owning a home is cheaper than renting.
Fifty years ago, the Kerner Commission said we were “moving toward two societies, one black, one white—separate and unequal.”
New data from the American Housing Survey show that just over 1 in 10 homeowners have flood insurance nationally.
Shelters can help ensure "no child sleeps outside," but the solution to homelessness is affordable housing.
New York City’s new school chancellor Richard Carranza has vowed to enact policies that will alleviate school segregation.
Self-driving cars will change not only the way we get around but the nature of our cities and regional growth patterns.
The Federal Housing Finance Agency recently published data on manufactured home prices for the first time.
As Hurricane Florence barrels toward the Carolinas, an extensive disaster recovery is likely no longer an “if” but a “when.”
25 million Americans have no credit profile, and another 28 million lack sufficient information to generate a reliable credit score

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The Vulnerable, Vital 2020 Census

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