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Significant improvements seen in three preconception health indicators.
Reduced mass transit due to pandemic related budget cuts would decimate region – resulting in up to 450,000 jobs lost by 2022, $50 billion reduction in annual earnings, and Loss of $65 billion in regional GDP, according to the analysis.
Federal policies and regulations to control the spread of COVID-19 could shift markedly under a new U.S. president, health economist writes.
Government expert will roll out his election-year argument for reorganizing the federal government in a major way.
The report looks closely at the effects of the pandemic on New York’s array of mobility modes—from subways and buses to bicycles and taxis and for-hire vehicles, as well as commuter rail and vehicular use of bridges and tunnels.
Fund makes $25,000 investment in a company whose mission is to engage elementary school aged students in STEM, particularly girls.
The federal government’s failure to contain COVID-19 echoes previous failures over the past three decades, according to research by NYU Wagner professor Paul C. Light
Newly published essay underscores ways to improve communication, such as transparent masks.
A new study finds that the gender disparity in physics, engineering, and computer science is not caused by higher math or science achievement among men.
It is designed to foster citizen experience in direct democracy, but is Participatory Budgeting and its capital allocations for community projects being used for vote-getting purposes?