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A Better Start: Why Classroom Diversity Matters in Early Education (April 2015)

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Public Housing Agency Deregulation Poses Major Risks for Housing Mobility, by Barbara Sard and Will Fischer (September 2015)

PRRAC comments on proposed Head Start performance standards (August 2015)

Proceedings from the 6th National Housing Mobility Conference (July 2015)

The Power of the Supreme Court's Decision in the Fair Housing Act Case by Florence Wagman Roisman (July 2015)

Constraining Choice: The Role of Online Apartment Listing Services in the Housing Choice Voucher Program (July 2015)

Fifty Years of "The People v. HUD": A HUD 50th Anniversary Timeline of Significant Civil Rights Lawsuits and HUD Fair Housing Advances (May 2015)

Finishing Last: Girls of Color and School Sports Opportunities (April 2015)

Equitable Transit Oriented Development (March 2015)

Selected Supreme Court Briefs in ICP v. Texas (December 2014)

PRRAC Updates (2011-15)

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Leveraging the Power of Place: Using Pay for Success to Support Housing Mobility
, by Dan Rinzler, Low Income Investment Fund; Philip Tegeler, Poverty & Race Research Action Council; Mary Cunningham, Urban Institute; and Craig Pollack, Johns Hopkins School of Medicine (San Francisco Federal Reserve, July 2015)

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