Category Archives: Reports

New Report: “The State of the World’s Children 2016: A fair chance for every child”

SOWC-2016_dtls_pgNew Report: UNICEF, The State of the World’s Children 2016: A fair chance for every child (2016).

New Report: “Lessons Learned From 40 Years of Subsidized Employment Programs”

New Report: Center on Poverty and Inequality at Georgetown Law, Lessons Learned From 40 Years of Subsidized Employment Programs (2016).

New Blog Post and Report on State Level EITC programs

New Blog Post: Francine Lipman, Oklahoma Decreases Working Poor Family Benefits, Surley Subgroup Blog, May 29, 2106.

which includes a link to a report: Center on Budget and Policy Priorities, How Much Would a State Earned Income Tax Credit Cost in Fiscal Year 2017?, Jan. 2017.

New Report: “Five evils: Multidimensional poverty and race in America”

New Report: Richard Reeves, Edward Rodrigue, and Elizabeth Kneebone, “Five evils: Multidimensional poverty and race in America” (Brookings 2016).

New Report: “2016 Poverty Scorecard”

New Report: Shriver Center, “2016 Poverty Scorecard” — interactive report.

New Report: “Justice Diverted: How Renters are Processed in the Baltimore City Rent Court”

New Report: Public Justice Center, Justice Diverted: How Renters are Processed in the Baltimore City Rent Court (Dec. 2015).

Op-Ed: “Will the District’s budget recognize the struggles of low-income residents?”

Op-Ed: Rochanda Hiligh-Thomas and Chinh Le, Will the District’s budget recognize the struggles of low-income residents?, Wash. Post, Apr. 6, 2016.

The related report is available here.

New Report: “Get To Work or Go To Jail: Workplace Rights Under Threat”

New Report: Noah Zatz, Tia Koonse, Theresa Zhen, Lucero Herrera, Han Lu, Steven Shafer, and Blake Valenta, Get To Work or Go To Jail: Workplace Rights Under Threat (2016).

New Report: “The Continuing Increase in Income Segregation, 2007‐2012”

New Report: Sean F. Reardon & Kendra Bischoff, The Continuing Increase in Income Segregation, 2007‐2012 (Stanford Center for Education Policy Analysis 2016).

New Article: “Court Fees Create ‘Endless Cycle Of Debt’ For Poor”

New Article: “Court Fees Create ‘Endless Circle Of Debt’ For Poor” – The Crime Report