Inequality & Mobility

Inequality describes the extent to which resources or outcomes (e.g., income, wealth, consumption, health, education) are similarly or unevenly distributed among individuals, groups, populations, or societies. Mobility refers to the frequency with which individuals, groups, or populations within a society change social or economic position in areas such as income, wealth, education, occupation, and the like.

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Children Living in Grandparent-Led and Multigenerational Families: Implications for Policy and Practice

  • Natasha Pilkauskas, J. Michael Collins, and LaShawnDa Pittman
  • Webinar
  • September 06 2023
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Thirty Years of the FMLA: What’s Worked, What Hasn’t, and Recommendations for More Equitable Policies

  • Marci Ybarra, Shetal Vohra-Gupta, and Maya Rossin-Slater
  • Webinar
  • June 28 2023
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Supporting Youth Exiting Foster Care: What Works and What Is Still Needed

  • Melanie Nadon, Hui Huang, Angelique Day, and Sarah Font
  • Webinar
  • May 03 2023
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Foster Care Well-Being Outcomes by Race and Ethnicity

  • Reeve S. Kennedy, Marina H. Potter, and Sarah A. Font
  • Focus on Poverty & Classroom Supplement
  • June 2023
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Deyanira Nevarez Martinez on the Latinx Paradox and Homelessness

  • Deyanira Nevarez Martinez
  • Podcasts
  • February 28 2023