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February 10, 2016

CommonWealth Magazine: Coaching can help poor emerge from poverty

By Elisabeth Babcock According to a new report from the Brookings Institution, Boston has the biggest wage gap in the country. One out of every four Massachusetts residents lives in a working-poor family that cannot afford to meet its basic needs. The current system of public assistance can help poor families survive, but it is not designed as a path to economic independence in our modern innovation economy.

February 9, 2016

Boston Globe: New antipoverty group is a who’s who

“It feels like being asked to be a part of the X-Men or something,” [Elisabeth Babcock] said. “It’s just a singularly talented group of people who are all fighting the same foe.”

February 5, 2016

Elisabeth D. Babcock joins the US Partnership on Mobility from Poverty

Today, Elisabeth D. Babcock joins the US Partnership on Mobility from Poverty, a collaborative of extraordinary partners who will spend the next two years discovering permanent ladders of mobility for the poor. All of its work will be public, with the goal of sharing insights and ideas with those poised for action.


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