The US Partnership on Mobility from Poverty’s definition of mobility comprises three core principles: economic success, power and autonomy, and being valued in community. This paper curates and describes selected measures of these three principles.
Data and Outcomes
The data revolution has had a profound impact in so many domains but has barely touched the social sectors. Data offer the potential to connect people and resources more quickly, effectively, and efficiently.
In North Philadelphia, Reverend Luis Cortés Jr. is building an organization that is responsive to the needs of local residents and takes pride in ethnic heritage. He wants to make it a national model.
Webinar: Conversations from Thought Leaders on Economic Mobility: Reflections and Insights on Recent Research and Ideas
Mobility Partnership member Raj Chetty is being credited with quantifying the state of the American Dream: it is not nearly as robust as it used to be.
Mobility Partnership member and City Colleges of Chicago chancellor Cheryl Hyman spoke at the Atlantic’s Future of Work summit.