A new book includes perspectives on poverty in America both from scholars and those with firsthand experience.
A new report shows trends have not improved for working families. But instituting better ways to increase workers’ skills and earn a living wage could help.
A report from the Center for an Urban Future finds that New York is neglecting the potential of career and technical high schools.
A survey of the Bloomberg administration’s workforce development initiatives finds significant strides – and unmet needs.
More slots available in the public jobs program for young people would pay major dividends in the shape of their futures.
The New New Left: How American Politics Works Today By Steven Malanga.
Documenting how much never changed, a journalist points to what could.
No more excuses: Black male unemployment is here to stay, unless New York mobilizes a crisis response. Here are some places to start.
As long as half of all new teaching recruits leave the schools within the first five years, New York City will never have enough teachers. Here’s how to change that.
Job trainers and their government funders should take a careful look at the most successful employment prep groups out there: unions.