- Webinar to Discuss Racial Wealth Inequality
- Lessons Learned in Workforce Development
- Economic Dynamism in Small Cities (Part 2)
- Webinar to Discuss Household Well-Being
- Educational Attainment Trends in the Southeast
- Fed Webinar to Explore Program Evaluation
Fed Hosts Webinar on Racial Wealth Inequality in 21st Century
06/19/2015 - A webinar addressing the widening racial wealth gap will be offered in July. Partners Update offers details and registration information.
How to Build a Strong Workforce Development Network: Lessons from Southeastern Workforce Networks
06/18/2015 - Organizations that help foster regional coordination among workforce development service providers recently convened to discuss successful strategies. This article summarizes their discussions, which include key challenges and methods for surmounting them.
Economic Dynamism in Small Cities (Part 2): Migration, Commuting, New Firm Creation, and Population Density in Small Cities
06/05/2015 - The factors that contribute to economic dynamism in a small city can be elusive to define and measure. This article looks at some elements of small city economic dynamism that may contribute to growth and development.
Fed Webinar to Discuss Post-Recession Household Behavior and Well-Being
05/28/2015 - During a June 11 webinar, members of the Federal Reserve Board of Governors will present findings from the report on the Survey of Household Economics and Decisionmaking of 2014. This Partners Update article offers details.
Future Fortunes: Are City-Suburban Educational Attainment Trends in the Southeast United States Unique?
05/18/2015 - The Southeast has historically lagged behind the rest of the nation in terms of education attainment. This article looks closely at census and other data to try to uncover some positive trends that may exist despite the lag.
Fed Webinar Will Explore Best Practices in Program Evaluation
05/11/2015 - Community development practitioners, researchers, and policy experts will discuss the challenges of evaluating program impacts in a live webinar on May 28. This article offers details.