For low-income children, savings accounts and financial education can be vital in terms of attaining a college degree.
There is great potential for driving digital technologies and social media to transform cities and the lives of their low-income residents by improving government service provision, civic engagement …
We live during a time of rapid change, and we need to develop a culture of continuous learning such that people do not wake up, as they did in 2008, to find that their training and skills are suddenl…
Today a number of partnerships and networks across the country are reimaging the ways we expand economic opportunity across families, cities, and regions.
We explore dominant trends that we believe will greatly impact America’s cities and their low-income communities in the coming years.
Living Cities joins a philanthropic alliance to invest in young men of color as assets for America's future
Data is central to the most effective collective impact initiatives across the country.
Reflections from Ben Hecht on how transformational technology can be applied to address inequality.
The complex challenges facing low-income communities in cities - such as failing education systems - require us to find new ways of working. Part of this new way is through the use of data.
Despite all the progress we have made, income and race continue to play a role in people’s life trajectories and outcomes. We need to confront this head on.
As a result of our work with the Strive Network, we strongly believe in the potential to mend the education pipeline for all children by partnering with cross-sector stakeholders.
Learn about Chris Paul's CP3 Afterschool Zone
Mayoral chiefs of staff from 35 cities across the country reflect on the most important urban issues of our time.
A look into how City Halls across the county are approaching some of the key challenges facing our urban communities today.