The articles linked below are from external sources (newspapers, magazines, policy organizations, research institutions, etc.). The foundation found them of interest in the course of its general research on New York City, New York State, and national issues connected to the areas in which we work. We will update the links below from time to time, and encourage you to check back periodically for newly posted items of interest on poverty, education, workforce development, early childhood, family support, youth development, and criminal justice reform issues.
Parole and probation have grown far beyond resources allocated to support them
August 16, 2018Read More
Juvenile Justice Information Exchange
To Reduce Long-Term Health Gaps, a Push for Early Intervention in Juvenile Detention
July 30, 2018Read More
Key Question in Closing Rikers: How to Design Replacement Jails
July 25, 2018Read More
Chalkbeat New York
To Integrate Specialized High Schools, Are Gifted Programs Part of the Problem or the Solution?
July 17, 2018Read More
New York Times
100,000 New Jobs for New York: Will Enough Go to Poorer Workers?
June 19, 2018Read More
The Chronicle of Social Change
Foster Youth in New York City: Survey Shows Indifference to Structured Activities, Severe Unemployment Challenges
May 24, 2018Read More
The Justice System Case for Radical Incrementalism
April 19, 2018Read More