As travel of all kinds has declined during the pandemic, app-based mobility companies seek new ways to stay nimble.
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Report from the Latino Policy and Politics Initiative recommends preparing and retraining the Latino workforce for jobs in the digital economy.
A recent survey of school social workers reveals concern that the COVID-19 pandemic is compounding child abuse and neglect, at least to a moderate degree.
Research measures the impact of interventions designed to reduce intimate partner violence among Tanzanian youth.
“I’m not sure there was a winner out of this debate. But the loser was the American people. They deserve better than this,” he says of the contentious face-off.
While no single candidate can mobilize an entire voting bloc, surging unemployment and discrimination could drive engagement, he says.
He explains what it takes to craft a successful local option sales tax amid a decline in federal funding.
He urges policymakers, education professionals, social workers and scholars to craft a master plan that provides for basic needs and fulfills educational goals.
Those who fled conflicts in Southeast Asia may have suffered multiple traumas over the decades, she says.
A yearlong study of an LAPD program found that it lowered crime to a greater degree than mainstream law enforcement.