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Data show lower sales prices heighten the percentage magnitude of automated valuation model error in majority-Black neighborhoods.
To promote an equitable economic recovery and better support families, policymakers can use COVID-19 relief funds to begin addressing child care challenges.
Microsimulation models are powerful tools that can help answer questions about the potential equity impacts of existing and new policies.
New data provide an opportunity to recalibrate the way the state deploys housing resources.
What should federal agencies consider to ensure communities most vulnerable to privacy attacks don’t become more at risk?
Schools will need robust funding to invest in initiatives that mitigate learning loss in the 2021–22 school year.
The Child Care and Development Fund is one possible source of support for parents during the COVID-19 pandemic.
During the pandemic last year, people living in majority-Native communities faced persistently high rates and levels of delinquent debt, nearly half had subprime credit, and some turned to high-cost predatory lenders to meet their financial needs

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