Essays on People, Place & Purpose

Investing in What Works for America's Communities

2015 July

What Works News Round-Up – July 31, 2015

In the News Here is some of the latest poverty and community development news from this past week. Washington Post Wonkblog (7/30/15) How Mass Incarceration Creates ‘Million Dollar Blocks’ in Poor Neighborhoods What if we spent $2.2 million dollars not removing residents from the corn…

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What Works News Round-Up – July 24, 2015

In the News Here is some of the latest poverty and community development news from this past week. Health Affairs Blog (7/22/15) Housing is a Prescription for Better Health Medicaid expansion under the Affordable Care Act (ACA) creates a new imperative at federal, state, and local lev…

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What Works News Round-Up – July 7, 2015

In the News Here is some of the latest poverty and community development news from this past week. Forbes (7/3/15) Education Alone Will Not Solve Income Inequality We often reference the “achievement gap” when discussing how certain student groups perform better than others. For insta…

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[Video]: Investing in What Works Capstone Event

Last month, the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco and the Low Income Investment Fund marked the milestone 50,000th printed copy of Investing in What Works for America’s Communities with a capstone event in San Francisco. Watch videos from the event to hear What Works editors…

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