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Low-Income Mothers Want to Be Involved in Their Children’s Education but Face Structural Barriers

When parents are involved in their child’s education—whether they help with homework or engage with teachers—their children are more likely to perform well academically, be well behaved, and…

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The State of the Nation’s Housing 2018

The national homeownership rate rose in 2017 for the first time in 13 years despite the steady increase in home prices, a sign that low interest rates kept monthly housing costs affordable for new…

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How Do Foreclosures Affect Immigrant Homeowners?

Immigrant homeowners disproportionately relied on co-ethnics, or people from a person’s own ethnic group, for advice and financial support during the Great Recession, according to Deirdre Pfeiffer…

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Social Groups Experience Multiple Precarious Housing Conditions at Different Rates

Vulnerable populations susceptible to factors that lead to social stratification are more likely to experience two or more precarious housing situations, but the likelihood of experiencing…

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