Researchers at Columbia University and Boston University found expanding Medicaid in America may help reduce eviction rates.
The Housing Choice Voucher (HCV) program offers subsidy recipients the advantage and freedom to choose a rental location, unlike other project-based affordable housing programs
On Saturday, Kinder Institute for Urban Research staff and community volunteers came together at the BakerRipley Leonel Castillo Community Center to conduct a walking and biking infrastructure survey of the Near Northside neighborhood.
One researcher offers new insights into opportunity, comparing Germany and the United States.
While Houston's diversity is helping close racial divides, the class divides are growing increasingly wider.
The Kinder Houston Area Survey shows more people believe schools need more money to provide quality education.
More Houstonians are bringing diversity into their homes through friendships and romantic relationships, according to a new survey.
For 38 years, Rice University's Kinder Houston Area Survey has tracked the social changes and political perspectives of Bayou City residents.
After following Texas eighth-graders for twelve years after their high school graduation, the Houston Education Research Consortium found that 29 percent of Texas graduates get post-secondary degrees.
Houston's economy is known for oil, gas and energy, but the local economy is built on much more, including small manufacturers.
Session at the Urban Affairs Association conference highlights Kinder Institute’s efforts to encourage scholars to study Houston’s pressing issues.
The team effort pairs city, advocates and community leaders to conquer Gulfton's street safety troubles.
And the difference appears to be driven entirely by white respondents, according to years of survey data.
Immigration reform is one of the most pressing issues in today’s political environment, resulting in the longest government shutdown the country has seen in modern history.
We hit the ground running in 2019 with new research ranging from arts education to food insecurity to HISD reform.