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This Innovative Use of Housing Vouchers Created Housing Mobility in Baltimore

Can vouchers improve neighborhood and school quality? Stefanie DeLuca and Peter Rosenblatt expand on research showing that exposure to high-poverty neighborhoods can prevent social mobility and…

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What Are the Costs of Segregation?

by Mark Treskon
Segregation is associated with many negative effects. It concentrates social, economic, and environmental resources and hazards, and it harms people living in distressed and isolated…

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Promising Solutions for Increasing Equitable TOD

Strategically connecting housing, jobs, and neighborhood amenities through equitable transit-oriented development (TOD) can strengthen opportunities and quality of life for low- and moderate-income…

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How Can Housing Choice Vouchers Help More Families Access Low-Poverty Areas?

Building on research on the importance of housing and neighborhoods to families and children, a new policy report from the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities examines how effective the Housing…

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Federal Rental Assistance and Access to Opportunity

Federal rental assistance enables five million low-income households, including four million children, to afford modest housing. A report was released by the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities…

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How and Why to Increase Neighborhood Access with Pay for Success

Families with housing assistance face numerous barriers to living in low-poverty neighborhoods. Housing mobility programs reduce these barriers through services, information, and counseling –…

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Q&A with Katherine O’Regan on Evidence, Policy, & Opportunity

Katherine M. O’Regan is the assistant secretary for policy development and research at the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). She spearheads policy research and implementation…

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