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Brian J. Distelberg Jul 15
Look to for background on busing, school desegregation, and integration, with 's A GIRL STANDS AT THE DOOR and Johnson's CHILDREN OF THE DREAM > >
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"Integration, when implemented in a holistic fashion, has the power to break the cycle of poverty and can benefit all groups, regardless of race and ethnicity." in 's op-ed -
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. @Nhannajones cites 's research on school integration in her piece in the New York Times. The trifecta of "headstart, increased school funding, and desegregation" changed the entire life trajectory for the black children who had access
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Goldman School Jul 15
Excited you're coming!
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Lauren Gambill, MD, MPA Jul 15
Honored to speak about the Future of Healthcare at the UC Berkeley of Public Policy 50th Anniversary Celebration in October!
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Climate Impact Lab Jul 15
The climate crisis is inherently unfair. These 9 countries will get hit especially hard as the globe heats up. Research by Lab's Tamma Carleton in
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Opportunity Lab Jul 13
“This is not a disease for which there is no known cure,” told the , “we really do have concrete evidence that school integration can really achieve important impacts for all kids.”
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Terner Center Jul 10
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NPR Politics Jul 10
California has become the first state in the country to offer healthcare coverage to undocumented adults age 25 and younger.
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Opportunity Lab Jul 10
Why has the wealth gap grown despite record-long economic growth? One reason is that the recovery from the great recession “has been very disappointing from the standpoint of inequality,” told of .
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Berkeley Labor Center Jul 9
“We always talk about the housing crisis but it’s going to be really dire for seniors,” in today's on her research that finds a large share of workers in CA are at risk of serious economic hardship in retirement.
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Goldman School Jul 9
A $15 federal minimum wage won't hurt jobs and will reduce . Report from breaks new ground by delving into data from 750 counties in 45 states.
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Goldman School Jul 4
Rising temps are straining power plants and making "this already problematic resource even less viable in the current energy environment and economy," says Prof
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Goldman School Jul 4
"In order to recruit and retain talented teachers, school districts need to address the inadequacy of teacher pay." Article cites and economist Sylvia Allegretto ().
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Goldman School Jul 3
While has succeeded in having his budget reflect his priorities, it's been more of a "mixed bag on the front," says of 's .
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There’s a Generational Shift in the Debate Over Busing. article cites research from
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Goldman School Jul 3
on track to be the most educated generation. A new issue brief from
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The Beam 🌍 🌱 Jul 3
"Even if we make the transition to clean energy, we need to do so in a way that returns control of a green planet to children" says in . Stay tuned as we'll soon release the first episode on .
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Recently launched can help workers who have fallen through the "yawning gaps" in America's system, says of Center
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