Employment reduces recidivism, notes the authors of this chapter of “A Better Path Forward for Criminal Justice,” a report by the Brookings-AEI Working Group on Criminal Justice Reform.
Employment remains high for people with disabilities despite July dip.
Community broadband infrastructure could provide high-speed internet for the millions of Americans who lack access.
Although people with disabilities saw increased employment rates in 2021, their rates continue to lag significantly behind those of their peers without disabilities, signaling the urgent need for policy reform across federal and state governments.
This powerful essay from the New York Times looks at lives lost to opioid addiction and ways we can reverse the trend.
Report on key lessons learned and recommendations arising from a series of panel workshops with members of different criminal justice sectors.
American adolescence is undergoing a drastic change, with soaring rates of mental health disorders.
With an understanding of these 10 funding models, nonprofit leaders can engage in succinct and clear conversations about long-term financial strategy.
In this primer on early intervention, the CDC advises parents to act early on developmental concerns.