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Report Release: First, Do No Harm: Algorithms, AI, and Digital Product Liability

2023-09-21T09:44:00-04:00

By Marc Pfeiffer. The relatively recent introduction of publicly accessible artificial intelligence driven chatbots (e.g., Bard, Bing, ChatGPT, Claude) have focused public attention on the broader individual and societal harms that can result from algorithms [...]

Report Release: First, Do No Harm: Algorithms, AI, and Digital Product Liability2023-09-21T09:44:00-04:00

Report Release: Analyzing Child-Care Provider Subsidies in New Jersey: Issues, Impacts, and Options

2023-08-07T08:41:35-04:00

By Andrea Hetling. Public child-care subsidies are designed to reduce the financial burdens of child care for households that meet certain income thresholds in order to improve employment and/or educational opportunities for parents and other legal guardians. In New Jersey, child-care subsidy payments [...]

Report Release: Analyzing Child-Care Provider Subsidies in New Jersey: Issues, Impacts, and Options2023-08-07T08:41:35-04:00

Report Release: Access to Nature for People with Disabilities: Barriers, Challenges, and Opportunities

2023-08-04T11:19:36-04:00

By Josephine O’Grady. In New Jersey, 24% of the population has a disability. People with disabilities suffer from a wide range of health disparities, including obesity, heart disease, diabetes, and depression. Through the Inclusive Healthy Communities (IHC) Grant Program, initiatives in New Jersey are underway [...]

Report Release: Access to Nature for People with Disabilities: Barriers, Challenges, and Opportunities2023-08-04T11:19:36-04:00

Report Release: Youth Mental Health in New Jersey: Current Status and Opportunities for Improved Services

2023-08-07T12:21:24-04:00

By Karen Lowrie and Brooke Schwartzman. Teens of today have faced major shifts in societal, environmental, community, familial, and individual spheres, heightened by racial and school-based violence and the COVID-19 pandemic, creating challenges [...]

Report Release: Youth Mental Health in New Jersey: Current Status and Opportunities for Improved Services2023-08-07T12:21:24-04:00

Report Release: The Impact of Eliminating Adjustment Aid for School Districts in New Jersey

2023-08-07T12:20:21-04:00

By Michael S. Hayes. In 2018, New Jersey implemented the S-2 bill, which aimed to reduce adjustment aid to school districts in the state. The objective of this policy was to end a practice of “overfunding” school districts, which had it not been for the adjustment aid [...]

Report Release: The Impact of Eliminating Adjustment Aid for School Districts in New Jersey2023-08-07T12:20:21-04:00

Report Release: One Million More Acres: We’re One-Third of the Way There…

2023-08-07T11:30:57-04:00

By Thomas G. Dallessio. As the nation’s most densely populated state, New Jersey has a reputation for suburban sprawl development that belies its nickname, “The Garden State.” “You’re from Jersey? What Exit?” is both a joke and a truism for many [...]

Report Release: One Million More Acres: We’re One-Third of the Way There…2023-08-07T11:30:57-04:00

Report Release: The Status of New Jersey’s Childcare Infrastructure

2023-08-07T12:20:43-04:00

By Jocelyn Fischer and Debra Lancaster. While children, parents, and employers have felt the sting of childcare market failures for several decades, deficiencies in the market were made more apparent and were more deeply felt as a result of pandemic-related closures and labor shifts [...]

Report Release: The Status of New Jersey’s Childcare Infrastructure2023-08-07T12:20:43-04:00

Report Release: Using Technology to Reduce SNAP Learning Costs: Lessons from a Survey Experiment

2023-08-07T12:19:59-04:00

By Stephanie Walsh, Ph.D. Interactions with government processes, whether to renew a driver’s license or apply for public assistance, commonly include frictions referred to as administrative burdens [...]

Report Release: Using Technology to Reduce SNAP Learning Costs: Lessons from a Survey Experiment2023-08-07T12:19:59-04:00

Data Brief Release: Cannabis Use in New Jersey – Residents Share Their Opinions

2023-08-07T12:19:27-04:00

By Charles S. Menifield and Yong-Chan Rhee. Marijuana was first legalized for medicinal purposes in California in 1996 (Kan et al. 2020). Since then, 37 more states and the District of Columbia have legalized medicinal marijuana [...]

Data Brief Release: Cannabis Use in New Jersey – Residents Share Their Opinions2023-08-07T12:19:27-04:00
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