More than 40 years after the federally mandated desegregation of Boston Public Schools, the district is ramping up its efforts to diversify its teaching staff in an effort to meet the diverse needs of the students it serves.
The relationship between subsidized housing and homelessness is hard to measure, but our research indicates that low-cost housing is likely to bring down homeless rates.
The Common Core has provoked passionate debate, but a five-state survey found that teachers have been largely supportive and are adjusting their instruction.
Research in Maine shows that draw lotteries and instant-play lotteries attract different demographics, although they both affect the most economically vulnerable.
Why are so many people in Vermont, New Hampshire, and Maine under age 35 receiving Social Security Disability Insurance payments?
When stakeholders work together and think of community investment in terms of key functions rather than as a series of individual quests, smaller cities can benefit.
More transit agencies are offering mobile payment options and other travel tools, including real-time arrival information and service alerts, to improve the overall transit experience.