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Labor Market Policy Research Reports, April 30 – May 4, 2012

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Written by Marie-Eve Augier   
Friday, 04 May 2012 15:00

Here is this week's roundup of labor-market policy research reports:


Center for American Progress

Women and Obamacare: What’s at Stake for Women if the Supreme Court Strikes Down the Affordable Care Act?
Jessica Arons

Preparing All Teachers to Meet the Needs of English Language Learners: Applying Research to Policy and Practice for Teacher Effectiveness
Jennifer F. Samson and Brian A. Collins


Center for Law and Social Policy

Workforce Investment Act Reauthorization May Move Youth Development Field Back a Decade: Analysis of H.R. 4297 through a Youth Advocacy Lens
Linda Harris and Kisha Bird


Center on Budget and Policy Priorities

Eliminating Social Services Block Grant Would Weaken Services for Vulnerable Children, Adults, and Disabled
Indivar Dutta-Gupta, LaDonna Pavetti, and Ife Finch

Statement by Chad Stone, Chief Economist, On the April Employment Report


Economic Policy Institute

THE PUBLIC-SECTOR JOBS CRISIS: Women and African Americans hit hardest by job losses in state and local governments
David Cooper, Mary Gable and Algernon Austin

THE CLASS OF 2012: Labor market for young graduates remains grim
Heidi Shierholz, Natalie Sabadish and Hilary Wething

A PERFECT MATCH: Coupling tax fairness with job creation for a stronger economy
Ethan Pollack

CEO PAY AND THE TOP 1%: How executive compensation and financial-sector pay have fueled income inequality
Lawrence Mishel and Natalie Sabadish


Institute for Women’s Policy Research

Gender Segregation in Fields of Study at Community Colleges and Implications for Future Earnings

Single Student Parents Face Financial Difficulties, Debt, Without Adequate Aid

Housing Resources and Programs for Single Student Parents at Community and Technical Colleges


National Employment Law Project

Economy in Focus: Slower Wage Growth, Declining Real Wages Undermine Recovery


Political Economy Research Institute

Making Work Pay: Combining the Benefits of the Earned Income Tax Credit and Minimum Wage
Jeannette Wicks-Lim and Robert Pollin

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