Link to the full issue. Introduction This past August, economist Raj Chetty and colleagues published two new papers in Nature, based on a massive dataset and accompanied by detailed maps on Opportunity Insights’ new Social Capital Atlas, that continue to build the economic case for integration – bringing children together within communities, schools, and institutions, and … [Read more...] about Reflections on social capital, integration, and upward mobility (Oct-Dec 2022 P& R Issue)
Front Page Feature
This latest overview of housing mobility programs in the U.S. is released amidst the biggest increase in support for housing mobility since the 1990s. The report also comes at a time when HUD is recommitting to the principle of “Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing,” which means, in the Housing Choice Voucher program, giving families a meaningful choice to live in lower … [Read more...] about Housing Mobility Programs in the U.S. 2022 (December 2022)
A Review of the New York State Housing Mobility Pilot: Lessons from Buffalo, Long Island, and New York City October 2022 Our new report produced with Enterprise NYC & Mobility Works finds that families participating in the New York State Housing Mobility Pilot program saw improvements in health, educational outcomes & more. Read the report here. … [Read more...] about A Review of the New York State Housing Mobility Pilot (Enterprise NYC, PRRAC, Mobility Works, October 2022)
A PRRAC Report: This report was prepared by Mary Anne Sullivan, Derek Centola, and Lara Hakki of Hogan Lovells LLP, along with Peter Kye and Philip Tegeler at PRRAC. We are grateful to Peter Haberlandt, Mike Rawson, Adam Gordon, Noemie Sportiche, and Judith Liben for their review of specific sections of the report, and special thanks to Megan Haberle for her helpful comments … [Read more...] about How States Can Affirmatively Further Fair Housing: Key Leverage Points and Best Practices (PRRAC, January 2022)
This special issue of Poverty & Race brings together a variety of research evidence, policy expertise, and student perspectives to the issue of school and housing segregation and the interconnections between the sectors. For years, social scientists have generated important scholarship on the topic of segregation in education and housing, but the use of this research … [Read more...] about New issue of Poverty & Race!