Moving On: Why Poverty Means You Move More, and Why That Matters

Unpacking poverty characteristics leads, sooner or later, to an exploration of what residential or geographical mobility is all about. Although it’s uncommonly discussed, it turns out to be vitally important — in terms of its impact on children’s educational progress, which is in turn linked to their likelihood of finishing high school or going on to further education, and both…

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Lily Casura, MSW

Lily Casura, MSW

Focused on using data as a tool in research & policy decisions. IWMF grantee. NASW-TX and Tableau Public award winner. UTSA, Harvard honors grad. Ph.D. student.