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Yesterday, Uber released their first US safety Report, that includes a focus on sexual assault occurring on their platform.
A new Urban Institute report finds potential for technology-enhanced instruction, but the results do not hold in community colleges.
Newly released HMDA data reveal three important facts about multifamily lending.
Policymakers and advocates are taking two varying approaches to reform the federal Pell grant program.
Looking only at national housing trends can mask differences across states.
Critics of smart city technology argue that rapidly integrating technology in all aspects of government can exacerbate cities’ existing inequalities.
In their annual report to Congress, the FHA showed a major improvement in the capital ratio of the Mutual Mortgage Insurance fund.
A new book by Urban’s communications team explains strategies to get research into the hands of people who can use it.
Even as they seek to be visionary, new proposals should focus on addressing the steady decline in public housing.
As president of the University of Maryland, Baltimore County, Freeman Hrabowski leads 14,000 students from a range of racial, ethnic, and socioeconomic backgrounds.

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