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October, 2019
Despite a booming economy, the poverty rate in California has remained intransigently high. Because eligibility for safety net programs doesn’t account for high housing costs, the safety net’s poverty-reducing effect is... More
October, 2019
A new interactive data tool from the Educational Opportunity Project at Stanford University—directed by CPI research group leader Sean Reardon—helps educators, parents, and policymakers examine trends in education for... More
October, 2019
CPI director David Grusky and GRACE CEO Conway Collis discuss a bold plan to eliminate deep child poverty in California.  Read the article   
October, 2019
On the radio program think, CPI research group leader Tomás Jiménez discusses what is lost when immigrants are encouraged to assimilate. Listen to the interview  
October, 2019
The American Voices Project is seeking a student with a background in computer science to conduct data intake and analysis. Responsibilities will include: working with the Google speech-to-text API for the purpose of... More
September, 2019
In a new article in Demography, CPI affiliates Kendra Bischoff and Ann Owens examine the effects of rising income segregation on two types of inequality, the social resources available to students and the school funding... More
September, 2019
CPI will be hosting a welcome reception on Tuesday, October 1 at 4:30 pm. Come enjoy cupcakes, meet our staff, and learn more about the work we do and how to get involved. No RSVP required.  Learn more    
September, 2019
The American Voices Project is hiring a Program Coordinator to be based at Stanford University and a Regional Director to be based at several locations near our interview sites. Applications will be accepted on a... More
August, 2019
Devah Pager Memorial Service American Sociological Association, New York City August 11, 2019
August, 2019
In a new paper, CPI affiliates Raj Chetty, Stefanie Deluca, Nathaniel Hendren, and Lawrence Katz show how housing vouchers can be used to reduce segregration and increase mobility.   Explore the findings  

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