The annual KIDS COUNT Data Book from the Annie E. Casey Foundation explores the best living conditions for children in the United States, capturing the overall picture of a child’s well-being, both across the entire nation and state by state.
Balancing Priorities offers suggestions for policymakers and practitioners, including practical ways to look at preservation and mobility as complementary, rather than competing, priorities.
The Low-Income Housing Tax Credit: How It Works and Who It Serves, provides readers with the basics of this critically important but still poorly understood resource, including a description of the difference between 9% and 4% credits, and explanation of income eligibility and affordability requirements, and how the financing of LIHTC deals works.
This report from LISC LA and the Milken Institute’s Partnership for Lending in Underserved Markets (PLUM) Working Group outlines strategies and best practices to support a more inclusive local procurement environment in the city and county of Los Angeles.
A new report from LISC and Urban Institute shows how arts and culture can make neighborhoods safer places to live.