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CED through Local and Regional Food Systems: The Latest Resources
CED and Affordable Housing: How Does Manufactured Housing Fit In?
Re-Thinking Public Transit as “Micro-CED” with Wilson NC Leading the Way
How the Census Undercounts Will Impact CED Work
Customer Service in CED – The New Push to Improve What We Do
Evidence to Support CED programs: The Growing Talk About RCTs
The Story of Job Growth in North Carolina: Feast or Famine?
Revisiting the Case for Affordable Housing Four Years Later: Reminder of Value of BLS Salary Data When Understanding Affordable Housing
Practical Tools for CED: What Social Network Maps Can Offer
Using Human Centered Design in CED work
A COVID Silver Lining for CED Professionals: Innovation
Signs of Strain in Local Social Safety Nets in NC: Observations for CED Professionals
The NC Workforce of Tomorrow: the Condition of Community College Students Today
A Lesson for CED Professionals on The Tipping Point: When Local Partners Pull Out of Fed and State Programs
An Important Change to Formula for CED Programs?
CED and Planning vs Income Inequality Part 1: When Communities Pay the Price
Meet ALICE: How the United Way is Creating a Portrait of the Working Poor in NC
New CED Data Resources Keep Rolling Out: The Opportunity Atlas, The Eviction Lab, Every Building in America and A Look Back to How Data Can Help in Disaster Recovery
It’s How Much?! Cost of Living Data for NC Counties and Select Cities
Trying to Capture a Community’s CED: New Dashboard of Growth, Prosperity and Inclusion Data
Lessons for CED from Europe: Housing, Job, Food, or Fuel Poverty…All Roads Lead to a Social Inclusion Model
Lessons for CED from Europe: Inclusive Communities and a New City-Run Food Pantry
How Should We Measure Community and Household Economic Conditions?
Making the Case for Affordable Housing: Using BLS Statistics to ask Hard Questions About Salaries vs. Local Housing Costs
Current Positive Economic News? Cheer, Then Take a Breath and Look Deeper at the Divided NC Economy
Understanding the Tools Available for CED Professionals: How Far Do NC Local Governments Go in Social Media Presence?
Is Your Local Community Partner Ready To Go?
Live Long and Prosper: Does CED Impact How Long We Live?
Capacity Matters For CED, Part 2: News For the NC Food Industry and Farmers
CED Winners and Losers in the Same Space: Income Inequality in North Carolina