Report

Seattle and King County Housing Authorities in National News Spotlight for Creating Moves to Opportunity Program

8.5.19

A new study by Economist Raj Chetty and his research partners illustrates how the Seattle Housing Authority (SHA) and King County Housing Authority’s (KCHA) experimental program is helping low-income families relocate from low-opportunity to high-opportunity areas, a move that can greatly improve their children’s life outcomes.

State of Housing in 2019: Multiple New Perspectives

7.11.19

New reports by a variety of organizations – the National League of Cities, Public and Affordable Housing Research Corporation, Joint Center for Housing Studies at Harvard University, and National Low-Income Housing Coalition – evaluate the current state of affordable housing form distinct perspectives. Importantly, each study cites the importance of housing to self-sufficiency, health outcomes, and educational opportunities.

CLPHA Releases New Report and Recommendations to Advance Postsecondary Achievement for Public Housing Residents and Housing Insecure Students

5.15.19
Innovative public housing authorities (PHAs) are collaborating with college access partners and community colleges to increase postsecondary educational achievement for low-income residents and college students experiencing homelessness.

Report Summary: Child Care and Housing

5.8.19

The Center on Budget and Policy Priorities and the Center for Law and Social Policy (CLASP)’s new report, “Child Care and Housing: Big Expenses With Too Little Help Available,” discusses the chronic underfunding of child care and housing assistance programs, which are fundamental to supporting low-income children’s health and development, parental employment, and other positive life outcomes.

Child Poverty Report Summaries: “A Roadmap to Reducing Child Poverty” & “A Universal Child Allowance: A Plan to Reduce Poverty and Income Instability Among Children in The United States”

5.2.19
 “A Roadmap to Reducing Child Poverty”
The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine, Board on Children, Youth, and Families

February 2019

 

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