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Shaping the Future of a Recovering City: A Focus on Detroit Housing Leadership

by Janae Ladet
Decades ago, Detroit was known for a strong middle class with good manufacturing and blue-collar jobs. The city’s combined economic and housing strengths endured shocks as local…

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How Can Cities Produce More Affordable Housing?

Though cities have recovered from the 2008 recession, housing market trends have created new burdens. Gentrification has taken the form of “new build” housing in recent years, and the demand for…

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Education Equity Relies on Housing Policy, Not Just Choice

Is housing policy a path to educational opportunity for children from low-income families?
Heather Schwartz is among the housing researchers who think so.
“It isn’t the only path,” says…

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Zoning Policy Shapes Housing Costs and Educational Opportunity

The disproportionate concentration of low-income and minority children increasingly limits educational opportunities for students in low-performing schools. Growing wealth disparities and the…

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Trends and Opportunities in Inclusionary Zoning and Education

Inclusionary zoning, a concept conceived in the 1970s, provides incentives for housing developers to build affordable homes in high-cost, low-poverty neighborhoods.
Approximately 500 communities have…

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