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Your Company’s History as a Leadership Tool

Leaders sometimes have no time for history, but they are missing a vital truth: A sophisticated understanding of the past …

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Opioid Epidemic

Opioid Epidemic

How racial inequity is playing out in the opioid crisis

The opioid epidemic in the United States has largely centered on white Americans, who account for roughly 80 percent of …

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Criminal Justice Reform

Criminal Justice Reform

How to Fix Our Prisons? Let the Public Inside

We need a broad national effort to recruit volunteers to educate and counsel the incarcerated.

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Early Intervention & Childhood Development

Early Intervention and Childhood Development

As More Mothers Fill Prisons, Children Suffer ‘A Primal Wound’

At least 5 million children have had a parent behind bars. The toll is exacting, from unstable homes to lasting …

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Medicaid Managed Care

Medicaid Managed Care

Study: Arkansas Medicaid Work Requirement Hits Those Already Employed

The Medicaid work requirement plan devised by Arkansas and approved by the Trump administration backfired because it caused thousands of …

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Youth in Transition

Youth in Transition

I Was a Low-Income College Student. Classes Weren’t the Hard Part.

Schools must learn that when you come frompoverty, you need more than financial aid to succeed.

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Employment of People with Intellectual/Developmental Disabilities

Employment of People with Intellectual/Developmental Disabilities

Disabled workers chase ‘dream jobs’ in tight U.S. labor market

Megan Helsel, a kayaking wildlife specialist, has her dream job, and T’angelo Magee is making headway toward his, a commercial …

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Poverty Fighting

Poverty Fighting

The Official Poverty Measure Has Defined Deprivation Down

Based on the decline in the unemployment rate and other recent trends, it is likely that the official poverty rate …

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