IRP and its partner Mathematica released a report on early implementation findings from an ambitious national demonstration designed to identify policies to help noncustodial parents support their children.
Next IRP Seminar: September 10: Long-Run Dynamics of EITC Eligibility, Ann Stevens
UW–Madison School of Social Work Professor Daniel Meyer discusses the growth of family complexity in the United States, what that growth might mean for inequality, and the challenges that policymakers face in adapting U.S. family policy to the needs of more complex families.
This webinar will explore the question of whether social media can be an effective tool for governments to increase access for citizens who have less education and lower incomes.
In work that is receiving international attention, Barbara Wolfe, Seth Pollak, Nicole Hair, and Jamie Hanson find the missing link connecting the structural brain delays associated with growing up in poverty and poor school performance.
Three postdoctoral scholars have been selected for the second cohort of the National Poverty Fellows Program.
Robert Haveman, Rebecca Blank, Robert Moffitt, Timothy Smeeding, and Geoffrey Wallace published a new article in the Journal of Public Policy and Management that provides a 50-year retrospective analysis of the nation's antipoverty efforts.
IRP-Morgridge intern Neil Damron shares what he learned about the causes, consequences, and possible policy remedies for student homelessness.
In this new IRP Fast Focus brief Harvard sociologist Matthew Desmond draws from his own extensive research to examine how rising housing costs, stagnant or falling incomes among the poor, and a shortfall of federal housing assistance have led to a housing crisis among poor families.
Focus 31.2 examines education and poverty: early childhood interventions for low-income children; educational opportunity for homeless students; the relative effectiveness of neighborhood and school interventions at reducing inequality; how school quality affects the success of a conditional cash transfer program; and increasing college completion for low-income students.