As the Network has partnered with cities across the country, local and national press has taken notice, frequently writing about the Network’s approach and impact.
Flint is one of four cities that’s getting its health put under the microscope.
Providence Mayor Jorge Elorza hopes a new public health "dashboard" will help inform policy and improve health.
MassDevelopment and the National Resource Network recently announced the launch of the Massachusetts State Resource Network, the first state-based organization to give cities the type of expert consulting and technical assistance as the National Resource Network.
Fort Myers took financial steps toward attacking poverty and improving affordable housing.
The City Council approved an agreement with the National Resource Network that will provide a comprehensive analysis of South Peoria that Councilwoman Denise Moore hopes will lead to change in the economically depressed part of the community.
In this interview, Waco ISD board president Pat Atkins, trustee Angela Tekell and Superintendent Bonny Cain discuss how any fixes on campuses will rely heavily on improvements in the neighborhoods, an undertaking already under the direction of Prosper Waco and civic leaders working closely with it on its anti-poverty mission.
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