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Young and Homeless in Washington, DC

Writing by Serena Lei and photography by Maura Friedman
In late August, fall classes at Trinity Washington University had just begun, but Bre* was already thinking ahead to winter break. When the…

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Tacoma Housing Authority’s Impact on Education

The Tacoma Housing Authority (THA) Education Project began in 2011 in an effort to help low-income and previously homeless children do well in school and set them on a path for educational and career…

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How Housing Matters to Education: From Research to Practice

Many aspects of housing – from quality to location to transience – can have a significant impact on the educational outcomes of children. A day-long roundtable on the impact of housing on…

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In DC, Gridlocked Traffic Adds to Workers’ Cost of Living

Gridlocked traffic, long commutes, and high housing costs define life for workers in and around Washington, DC. The shortage of affordable housing near jobs affects workers’ productivity, the…

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Unaffordable Housing Near Jobs in DC Metro Area

The high cost of real estate in the Washington, DC metropolitan area keeps workforce households living on the periphery. According to a 2009 report, workforce households are largely priced out of…

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