The first comprehensive independent analysis of the Scavenger Sale, the report finds that the system is not succeeding in its core function of returning delinquent properties to market use.
Many Americans are concerned about the effects of the coronavirus outbreak on children and there is broad support for summer school and tutoring programs to help children catch up, according to a new study from Harris and The Associated Press/NORC Center.
A new research study at the University of Chicago Medicine has found that when it comes to COVID-19, having vitamin D levels above those traditionally considered sufficient may lower the risk of infection, especially for Black people.
A study released today demonstrates individualized, intensive (or “high-dosage”) tutoring can double or triple the amount of math high school students learn each year, increase student grades, and reduce math and non-math course failures.
Professor Christopher Berry and the Center for Municipal Finance have completed a nationwide analysis revealing that property taxes are inequitable.
A new study from University of Chicago Harris School of Public Policy Profs. Christopher Berry and Anthony Fowler challenges assumptions about leadership.