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Balancing the Bold and Mundane: Thoughts for the Next Administration

by Kimberly Burrowes and Maya Brennan
The US population is divided, not just by ideologies, but also by deep inequalities. From President Roosevelt’s New Deal and President Johnson’s War on…

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What Happens When Children Move to Better Neighborhoods?

The Moving to Opportunity (MTO) experiment examines if moving to a lower-poverty neighborhood improves children’s long-term economic outcomes and if the gains decline when children are older. The…

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Are Some Types of Childhood Moves Worse than Others?

Children experience “primarily detrimental effects” from moving during childhood, according to research by Rebekah Levine Coley and Melissa Kull published in Child Development. With data on a…

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Neighborhoods of Opportunity through Revitalization and Mobility

By Maya Brennan
The United States has a housing problem and an economic opportunity problem. In both cases, the problems have complex causes and solutions, but relate in part to…

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Learning from the “Achingly Contemporary” Story of Yonkers

By Archana Pyati
A school desegregation lawsuit filed in 1980 in a small New York community led to a housing battle that remains relevant throughout the United States and beyond.
Lisa Belkin’s…

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The Evidence for Addressing Human Needs through Housing

by Maya Brennan
The evidence of the importance of housing for people’s lives is overwhelming. The 90-plus studies now available through How Housing Matters are only a segment of the extensive body…

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Neighborhoods Matter

Our neighborhoods, in many ways, define our opportunities, according to cutting-edge research from the Equality of Opportunity project. Raj Chetty and Nathaniel Hendren studied data on more than 5…

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7 Ways Affordable Housing Affects Education, Backed by Research

Housing matters to children’s education, and a growing body of research explores exactly how. A 2014 literature review from the Center for Housing Policy distilled 7 ways that affordable…

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