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The Obama Effect: A New Future for Inequality?

Pathways Magazine - Spring 2010 Issue

Stanford Center for the Study of Poverty and Inequality

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View: The Concert for Hope
Celebrating the Opening of the Center

The Obama Effect: A New Future for Inequality?

Pathways - Winter 2010CLICK HERE for the entire Spring 2010 publication, which features a series of articles on inequality in America.  And here are some additional topics that are covered:

Research in Brief
Including the dramatic poverty-reducing effects of saving; the shrinking middle class; and a surprising downside to desegregating schools.

Spotlight On...Building Educated Leaders for Life
Kendra Bischoff talks with BELL's Tiffany Cooper Gueye about a proven model for promoting academic success in the summertime.

More Than "A is for Alligator": How to Ensure Early Childhood Systems Help Break the Cycle of Poverty
It is fashionable these days to advocate for further investments in preschool programs to equalize opportunity. Lisa Guernsey considers the evidence and asks how preschool programs can achieve even more.

The Concert for Hope
Celebrating the Opening of the Center

Special musical performances include La PovertàI Shall Not Be Moved, and In Harmony with Hope

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The Stanford Center for the Study of Poverty and Inequality has five objectives: to monitor trends in poverty and inequality, to support scientific analysis of poverty and inequality, to develop science-based policy on poverty and inequality, to disseminate data and research on poverty and inequality, and to train the next generation of scholars, policy analysts, and politicians.

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