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As the Price of Higher Education Rises, College Students Face Housing and Food Insecurity

As the price of higher education continues to rise, the degree completion gap between the rich and the poor widens. Just 14 percent of students in the lowest socioeconomic status quartile complete a…

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Robust Eviction Data Can Keep Cities from “Designing Policy in the Dark”

By Emily Peiffer
The threat of eviction is nothing new for the millions of families who have been forced out of their homes, potentially leaving their neighborhoods, schools, and support systems…

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Mobile Home Park Closures: The True Hidden Housing Problem?

In the past three decades, mobile homes have spread rapidly and expansively. This type of manufactured housing arose to fill a critical demand for affordable renter- and owner-occupied housing at a…

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Strategies for Colleges and Universities to Help Students with Housing Instability

Increasingly, college students must juggle not just coursework but life challenges ranging from child care to work to housing instability. With nearly 9 out of 10 undergraduate students living off…

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Criminal Record Expungement: A Q&A with Esther Shin

Affording a decent place to live is challenging for low-income Americans under the best of circumstances. When someone in the household has a criminal record, the challenge is even worse. Regardless…

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Homelessness During Pregnancy Puts Young Children at Risk

Homelessness continues to be a reality for millions of Americans every year. Reports indicate that an increasing number of infants are being born to women who were homeless during their pregnancy. A…

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How an Increase in Housing Subsidies Would Help Young Children

Overcrowded housing and frequent residential moves have well-documented connections with poor health outcomes for children. Research published in Housing Policy Debate explores the relationship…

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