Study: Housing Aid No Path to Better Schooling
The four largest federal programs to house families in poverty do not help these low-income parents get their children into higher-quality schools, particularly if they are black or Hispanic, according to a new study .
The Washington-based Poverty and Race Action Council this week released its third in a series of studies on the intersection of federal housing and education policies. It analyzed families with children using the four most common forms of housing assistance, including:
• About 360,000 families with children who live in free- or reduced-rent public housing built and...
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