In New York State, a renewed focus on reducing racial inequities in early learning suspensions and expulsions is being bolstered by evidence from the Child Opportunity Index.
Our recent analysis finds that a significant proportion of U.S. families who work full time do not earn enough to meet their children’s basic needs.
Children in immigrant families are often excluded from the social safety net. We find one simple policy change could correct this injustice and reduce child poverty equitably.
Policy Equity Assessments
Our framework embeds questions of racial and ethnic equity into policy analysis
Child Opportunity Index
Measure, map and compare how neighborhoods support child opportunity
Explore the geography of child opportunity and racial/ethnic equity in your neighborhood
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