Blog Post by: Leigh Anne Schriever , on August 18, 2015
Although it's one of the fastest growing industries in the United States, the home health care industry's workers face serious challenges when it comes to their wages, benefits, and rights.
Blog Post by: Mark Zuckerman , on August 13, 2015
TCF president Mark Zuckerman calls on local justice officials to consider ordering a new grand jury in the Eric Garner case.
Blog Post by: Kimberly Quick , on August 11, 2015
The case against race-based admissions will be heard a second time by the Supreme Court to determine if the tactic is a viable strategy to create diversity on campuses.
Blog Post by: Paul Jargowsky , on August 8, 2015
A new report from The Century Foundation reveals the number of people who live in high poverty neighborhoods has almost doubled since 2000 from 7.2 million to 13.8 million—the highest number ever recorded.
Blog Post by: Sean Angst , on August 5, 2015
In the past, housing policies have produced inequities in providing opportunity for residents to advance their socioeconomic status, and often result in the dangerous effect of "place-making" when it comes to race.
Blog Post by: Elana Sulakshana , on July 28, 2015
Despite widespread opposition from a number of legislators, activist groups, and the public, The Keystone XL pipeline has one unlikely ally—the Asthma Society of Canada—that has spoken out in support of pumping crude tar sands oil down to refineries near the Gulf of Mexico.
Blog Post by: Greg Anrig , on July 27, 2015
TCF senior fellow Greg Anrig takes a critical look at School Improvement Grants (SIGs) and how, if implemented strategically, they can succeed in turning around struggling schools.
Blog Post by: Elizabeth Davies , on July 24, 2015
Atlanta's public transportation could use an upgrade to make up for MARTA's scrawny layout, which excludes major parts of the metro area and leaves many residents isolated from the city's economic development.
Blog Post by: Neil Bhatiya , on July 22, 2015
A looming humanitarian crisis is on the horizon, but it has yet to make it onto the international community's formal agenda. TCF policy associate Neil Bhatiya explains why climate migrants need more attention.
Blog Post by: Jacob Anbinder , on July 21, 2015
Chicago's Divvy bike share network is launching a program to make ultra-affordable transportation a reality for city residents, but will this move have a larger impact on transportation policy in the Windy City?
Blog Post by: Clio Chang , on July 20, 2015
Apprenticeships are gaining popularity in the U.S. and legislators are moving toward developing these programs as a way to lower the growing number of disconnected youth who are neither working, nor in school.
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