Featured Publications & Resources
Making a Good Jobs Program Even Better: How to Strengthen DC’s Project Empowerment
By DC Fiscal Policy Institute • April 1, 2015 • Jobs & Training
Education and Enforcement Are Key to Making Sure Workers Benefit from Minimum Wage and Other Changes
By Ed Lazere • February 24, 2015 • Jobs & Training
Getting the Most Out of DC’s Job Training Programs
By Ed Lazere • February 9, 2015 • Jobs & Training
Reducing Inequality, Increasing Opportunities for DC Residents: Recommendations to the New Mayor and DC Council
By DC Fiscal Policy Institute • January 5, 2015 • Affordable Housing / Budget / Early Child & Pre-K to 12 Education / Economic Development / Health Care / Income & Poverty / Jobs & Training / TANF & Income Support / Taxes
Four Quick Facts on DC’s Economy and Its Impact on Residents
By Jessica Fulton • July 29, 2014 • Income & Poverty / Jobs & Training
Making Sure the Minimum Wage Increase Reaches Workers’ Pockets
By Jenny Reed • July 1, 2014 • Jobs & Training
Testimony of Ed Lazere, Executive Director, At the Public Hearing on Department of Employment Services FY 2015 Budget
By Tina Paden • May 8, 2014 • Economic Development / Jobs & Training
Looking Beyond K-12 Education: Cradle-to-Career Investments in OSSE’s FY 15 Budget
By Soumya Bhat • May 5, 2014 • Budget / Early Child & Pre-K to 12 Education / Jobs & Training
All Publications & Resources
What’s In the Approved FY 2021 Budget for the Safety Net?
By Kate Coventry • September 21, 2020 • Budget / Health Care / TANF & Income Support
Before the Pandemic, DC’s Economy was Booming, but COVID-19 is Increasing Hardship
By Alyssa Noth • September 17, 2020 • Income & Poverty
What’s In the FY 2021 Approved Budget for an Inclusive Economy?
By Doni Crawford • September 17, 2020 • Budget / Economic Development
Testimony of Kate Coventry At the Public Roundtable on Tenant Protection and Eviction Prevention
By Kate Coventry • September 14, 2020 • Homelessness
What’s in the FY 2021 Approved Budget for Affordable Housing?
By Doni Crawford • September 14, 2020 • Affordable Housing / Budget
What’s in the Fiscal Year 2021 Approved Budget for PreK-12 Education?
By Qubilah Huddleston • September 9, 2020 • Budget / Early Child & Pre-K to 12 Education
What’s in the FY 2021 Approved Budget for Early Childhood Development?
By Alyssa Noth • August 24, 2020 • Budget / Early Child & Pre-K to 12 Education
Results from School Funding Study Outline Options for DC to Advance Educational Equity
By Qubilah Huddleston • August 21, 2020 • Early Child & Pre-K to 12 Education
In The News
New Report Finds Half Of DC Children Living In Renter Households Aren’t Getting Enough To Eat
DCist • August 20, 2020
Pandemic is Throwing Many DC Residents into Financial Distress
By Tazra Mitchell • August 19, 2020 • COVID-19 / Income & Poverty