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16 Oct 2014
Images tell a story: Project Talent taps into an enormous database to reveal insights, trends, and opportunities for further research on early Baby Boomers’ life course.
16 Apr 2014
Hispanic, black, Asian and white Ph.D. graduates in the fields of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics face different levels of debt on average. Here are the quick facts.
7 Dec 2015
The annual Indicators of School Crime and Safety report, co-written by AIR, shares the most current data on crime and safety at schools. See a rundown of the latest numbers on bullying.
13 Apr 2015
A range of policies serving America’s older citizens uses 65 as the cutoff age, but that number no longer means what it once did. This index highlights key facts from our issue brief, Is 65 the Best Cutoff for Defining “Older Americans”?, written by experts with AIR’s Center on Aging .
5 Jan 2015
The latest Indicators of School Crime and Safety report introduces a new section on criminal incidents on college campuses. These are the most recently available facts.
16 Jun 2014
What happens over the long term to families entering shelters and other housing programs? The Service Housing Interventions for Families in Transition (SHIFT) study offers some answers. Mothers were interviewed about employment, mental health, trauma history, and other issues—here are some of the results.
4 Jun 2014
Zambia rolled out a no-strings-attached cash transfer program in 2010 for households with at least one child under five. Here’s a quick look at some of the results.
5 Mar 2014
Quick facts about school reform, teacher satisfaction and teacher evaluations.
10 Aug 2015
While a bachelor’s degree remains a good investment for most students, not all have the time, money, or inclination to complete the degree. Depending on subject studied and location, those with associate’s degrees or certificates often out-earn those holding a bachelor’s. Here are the fast facts.