As children and families face trauma and uncertainty, a report co-authored by Social Welfare Professor Ron Avi Astor presents a plan of action.
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University’s Alumni Association also recognizes Bill Coggins MSW ’55 with award for community service.
“Incremental change is not going to solve anything,” the Latino Policy and Politics Initiative executive director says.
Data is key to winning the fight again racism and inequity, Center for Neighborhood Knowledge Director Paul Ong says.
“Mass evictions have always led to mass mobilizations,” says the director of the Institute on Inequality and Democracy.
Passengers who rely on buses, trains and ferries are advised to take precautions.
“Putting some numbers on a ‘shadow pandemic’ is important for informing policies to address it,” World Bank blog notes.
Her yearlong evaluation of the Community Safety Partnership produced dozens of recommendations for improving the program.
The effects of heat on learning are more pronounced in low-income areas where schools have been slow to adapt to climate change.
“I don’t know anyone who aspires to higher things,” says the author of a biography on the former governor.