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Kearney research featured in the Washington Post
Expanding access to college education raises the median income, but does little to close the gap between rich and poor
Located in News
The New York Times quotes Rashawn Ray on this week's unrest in Baltimore
The real root cause of the riots: Hopelessness
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Kris Marsh contributes to PBS Newshour story on Baltimore
Invest in those already living in the city, she says
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Kearney and Levine study identifies Sesame Street education boon
Effect pronounced for boys, African Americans, and children in disadvantaged areas
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Marsh outlines challenges facing African American women
Marrying a less-educated partner can cost $25,000 per year
Located in News
Macroeconomics "getting real" by integration of big data, micro insights
Haltiwanger seen as a prolific researcher whose contributions expand macroeconomic veracity
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Rashawn Ray writes on structural racism and the AME church massacre
Huffington Post guest editorial outlines context for killings
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School-based health centers reduce income-based health disparities
Boudreaux evaluates how the policy influences healthcare access outcomes in low-income families
Located in Research / Selected Research
Elizabeth Fussell, Brown University
Migration-driven population recover in New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina
Located in Coming Up
Steinberg investigates mental health impacts of abortion
Beyond the question of access to abortion lie the mental health impacts in cases of restricted access
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