For a nation that considers itself a “nation of immigrants,” immigration has become an issue without borders. The debate is intense and the solutions unclear. As the nation tries to come to terms with its changing demographics, the immigration dilemma affects the economy, social policy and chances for reform.
A civil rights policy organization reviews the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development’s programs during the first term of the Obama Administration.
The share of younger households holding any debt dropped to 78 percent, the lowest level since the federal government began collecting related data in 1983.
The Migration Policy Institute's National Center on Immigrant Integration Policy takes a closer look at young children in black immigrant families.
New estimates for the number of unauthorized immigrants affected by the Obama administration's Deferred Action program.
Hispanic children in the United States are nearly three times as likely to be poor as White children, with the number of Hispanic children living in poverty having increased by more than 500,000 from 2009 to 2010.
Academic achievement and health improved in most states for the nation’s children, but U.S. children and families are still struggling economically in the wake of the recession, according to the report
The report surveyed over 10,000 LGBT youth in America.
Author and associate professor of family sciences Kevin Roy talks about fatherhood and social policy.
The number of children living in high-poverty neighborhoods has increased by 25 percent over the past decade.
Interracial marriages, or “intermarriages,” are increasingly popular in the U.S., but gender patterns in intermarriages vary wildly.
The report examines the population of unauthorized immigrants in the U.S. in 2010.
The report examines the role charter schools currently play in the education of Latinos and ELLs and explores the possible roles charter schools have yet to fulfill in the education of these students.
New analysis of U.S. Census Bureau data looks at the family structure and parenting status of unauthorized immigrants.
A series of studies finds that young Latino children show strong classroom skills, despite many growing up in poverty.
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