New research on the impact of HUD’s Moving to Opportunity (MTO) program reveals increased college attendance rates and earnings in adulthood for children who moved to lower poverty neighborhoods at a young age.
The recently published, Spring 2015 edition of Evidence Matters explores the evolution of tribal housing planning and development as well as the evidence-based research and data collection that has been undertaken to aid in planning for housing development in Native American communities.
The 17th edition in an ongoing series of reports, America’s Children: Key National Indicators of Well-Being, 2015 features a number of statistical findings that depict how children and families in the United States are currently faring while also monitoring how these indicators are changing over the years.
In 1988, Congress amended the Fair Housing Act (Title VIII of the Civil Rights Act of 1968) to expand its protections to people with disabilities.
As Minnesota’s largest community development financial institution (CDFI), the Greater Minnesota Housing Fund (GMHF) builds partnerships and finances the development of quality affordable housing and communities throughout the state.
The USHMC website contains all the national, regional, state, metropolitan, and local data and analysis in one location. You may search by geography to obtain all the reports available for a particular area.
Statisticians have long struggled to obtain accurate data on American Indian and Alaska Native (AIAN) populations. There are significant logistical barriers to measurement in Indian Country. In general, counting populations in sparsely populated rural areas is difficult and time intensive.
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