Poverty & Inequality News

June, 2010
When Gov. Jan Brewer signed Arizona’s new immigration enforcement law, giving police departments broad power to make immigration checks, she sought to allay concerns from Hispanic citizens and legal residents that... More
June, 2010
This is not the culture war of the 1990s. It is not a fight over guns, gays or abortion. Those old battles have been eclipsed by a new struggle between two competing visions of the country's future.
June, 2010
Do selective colleges and universities do a good job of identifying the best and brightest? And is the concern about who gets into the best colleges justified?
June, 2010
Like the Reagan Revolution or Lyndon Johnson’s Great Society, the new progressive period has the makings of a generational shift in how Washington operates.
June, 2010
The study found that while the physical environment of the low-income residents has improved substantially, those residents have not necessarily benefited from interactions with new neighbors.
June, 2010
This year is shaping up to be even worse than last for the millions of high school and college students looking for summer jobs.
June, 2010
Forget sex, drugs and rock ’n’ roll; immigration is a new generational fault line.
June, 2010
Though the school system over all is 51 percent male, its gifted classrooms generally have more girls.
June, 2010
s a new law in Arizona makes the failure to carry immigration documents a crime and spurs similar proposals in other states, Trenton is one of a small but growing number of municipalities that have moved in the... More
May, 2010
Time for a new paradigm for executive compensation

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