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Poverty and Learning News

March 4, 2024

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Race- and ethnicity-based discrepancies in exposure to air pollution, especially regarding proximity to roadways and industrial zones, are well-established. A new study reports the first nationwide ...

In contrast to what many believe, Swedish men and women with higher incomes have more children, new research shows. This pattern is particularly clear for men and grows stronger over time: the more ...

Financial stress due to the COVID-19 pandemic took a distinct toll on adolescent mental health and contributed to depressive symptoms, according to new research. The study found the effect was most ...

Some assessment tools which measure children's thinking skills may have provided inaccurate information about poor, urban students because they are modelled on wealthier, mostly White, ...

A significant number of people who have survived cancer are living in poverty, which can have negative effects on their physical and mental health, according to ...

Inequalities in income affect how well children do in maths -- but not reading, the most comprehensive study of its kind has ...

In a study of the nine largest U.S. cities, researchers found stark racial, ethnic, and socioeconomic inequities in COVID-19 vaccination rates across neighborhoods. The study showed that high ...