While D.C. shuddered in Tuesday’s earthquake, Urban Institute scholars were hard at work on their latest blogs:
- Erwin de Leon features a disputed initiative in Maryland offering in-state tuition eligibility to undocumented youth.
- Maria Jackson highlights “hybrid work”— where art intersects with community development, education, health, and the environment.
- Margery Turner argues that reversing residential segregation is just as important as reducing the budget deficit.
- Three more college students in the Urban Institute’s Academy for Public Policy Analysis and Research define urban challenges they’re investigating.
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