Solid Footing: Reinforcing the Early Care and Education Economy for Infants and Toddlers in DC

The District of Columbia (DC) is a vibrant, diverse, financially stable city that has become one of the most expensive places to live in the nation. It also ranks among the five major U.S. cities with the greatest income inequality. Because of this economic divide, the District struggles to create equity among its population, particularly […]

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May 24th, 2016
Progress on Family Homelessness, But Work Remains
Kate Coventry

New family homelessness data reveals good news in the District’s struggle to combat family homelessness, but growing rents and stagnant income still leave far too many residents homeless. Moreover, funding in the just-adopted budget for the coming year will not be enough to keep up. Making more progress will require increased funding for homeless services, […]

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