The American Independent quoted an SPI study on the usage of the expanded child tax credit in an article combatting criticism of the payments.
The Marker discussed SPI findings on the impacts of working from home on the Israeli workforce.
Leah Hamilton, SPI faculty affiliate, discusses SPI findings while arguing for the continuation of CTC payments in an article for the California News Times.
CBS 12 reports on the future of the CTC while highlighting SPI’s study on families’ usage of the payments.
Haaretz interviewed Dr. Oren Heller, SPI research associate, about hesitancy in Israel to get the COVID-19 booster shot.
Boston 25 News reports SPI findings that families in New Mexico spent almost 46% of their CTC payments on food. This article was syndicated by Westport News.
PBS highlights SPI’s findings on the ways in which families in New Mexico are using the expanded CTC payments.
California News Times cited SPI’s study on the usages of the CTC by families in New Mexico in an article about the future of the expanded payments.
Vox cites Stephen Roll, SPI research professor, about the potential consequences of ending the CTC payments.
Haaretz cites an SPI survey explaining why many Israeli citizens are not receiving the COVID-19 booster shot.
As many parents are still unsure whether or not to immunize their children against COVID-19, regardless of whether they themselves have received the shot, Oren Heller, Yaniv Shlomo, and Michal Grinstein-Weiss discuss the need for increased governmental transparency to increase the number of vaccinated children.
Yahoo references an SPI study whose findings show that the CTC has enabled low-income families to work.
YNet highlights an SPI study in a printed article on the accessibility of the COVID-19 vaccine in Israel’s less-populated areas.
SPI’s latest Child Tax Credit research, released in an exclusive with the Daily Caller, suggests that the expanded CTC payments have little to no impact on the workforce. This contradicts predictions that the payments would exacerbate the labor shortage. This article was syndicated by Shore News Network.
The Jerusalem Post shares SPI findings that link quarantine to increased violent behavior in children in a discussion about surges in crime between Israelis and Palestinians.
CTech discusses a recent SPI study which found that almost half of all households with a person with disabilities suffered loss of income during the pandemic. Whereas employment rates for other households have increased, employment rates for households with a person with disabilities have not yet recovered.
Globes Magazine interviewed Michal Grinstein-Weiss, director of SPI, about her goals to increase the savings for children in Israel from underprivileged families.
The St. Louis Public Radio interviewed Jason Jabbari, researcher at SPI, about the harmful effects of student debt, especially on those who did not complete their degree.
The Nevada Current cites a Social Policy Institute survey finding that payments from the expanded child tax credit were associated with a decrease in food insufficiency and is enabling parents to save for their children’s futures.
YNet shares results of a recent SPI study that show majority support for closing the Ben Guion Airport in Israel and increasing restrictions with the rise of the new COVID-19 variant.
Data from SPI’s survey on the socioeconomic impacts of COVID-19 revealed the vulnerability of renters receiving federal assistance. The findings showed that low-income renters already receiving federal assistance are more likely to be evicted than low-income renters who do not receive federal support.
The Jerusalem Post discusses SPI findings about the harmful effects of quarantine on children as an argument for vaccinating kids
World Israel News shares SPI’s findings that only 37% of Israeli parents were likely to vaccinate their kids in light of Israel’s approval of the vaccine for children.
The Jerusalem Post shared SPI findings on parents’ willingness to vaccinate their kids after Israel approved the vaccine for children.
Walla News discusses the new SPI survey of Israeli parents’ likeliness to vaccinate their kids led by Michal Grinstein-Weiss, director of SPI. The survey found that 40% of parents were unwilling to give their children the shot.
The Jerusalem Post interviewed Michal Grinstein-Weiss, director of SPI, to discuss the results of the SPI survey examining parents’ likelihood to vaccinate their children.
Axios discussed recent SPI findings that of the estimated 92% of Ohio families eligible for the expanded Child Tax Credit, only two-thirds have received it.
Walla News discussed recent SPI findings which showed that, of 900 Israeli families, 40% were unwilling to vaccinate their children, with many citing fear that the vaccine would harm child development.
KTTN News interviewed Stephen Roll, assistant research professor at SPI, on the effects of child poverty and the expansion of the Child Tax Credit as a possible solution.
KMA radio interviewed Stephen Roll, assistant research professor at SPI, about the expansion of the child tax credit as a solution to increased financial instability in low-income families.
Following Biden’s plan to extend the child tax credit for another year, Axios shares an SPI study, finding that only about half of all eligible D.C. families received the CTC payments between July and September 2021.
The Nevada Current shares recent SPI findings that the expanded child tax credit is helping parents save for their children’s future and is linked to a decrease in food insufficiencies.
Vox interviewed Stephen Roll, research assistant professor at SPI, about the expansion of the child tax credit and possible effects of ending the program.
Leah Hamilton, faculty affiliate at SPI, highlights the expanded child tax credit as a possible solution to helping families escape poverty in an article on Fortune.
CBS News discussed SPI findings on how parents are spending their child tax credit in a conversation about the future of the expansion of the payments.
Forbes shares statistics from an SPI national survey about how parents plan to use their child tax credit while discussing the future of the payments.
Online Education interviewed Jason Jabbari, research assistant professor at SPI, on student loans and the impacts of student debt forgiveness.
The Jerusalem Post shared SPI research that 17% of families in Israel cannot afford the food they need, posing a risk to children’s physical and mental health.
WisBusiness interviewed Stephen Roll, research assistant professor at SPI, on the potential of the child tax credit expansion to bolster small businesses.
Survey results from a report by the Social Policy Institute at Washington University in St. Louis show that families are using the child tax credit to care for their children.
The Tax Policy Center recently shared research from Laura Brugger, data analyst II of SPI, and Elaine Maag, principal research associate at the Urban Institute, on how immigrant families have accessed and used the Child Tax Credit.
SPI’s recent research was shared at a Joint Economic Committee hearing. The research discussed how households with incomes under $25,000 are among the least likely to know about the expansion of the Child Tax Credit. Read the Tax Foundation’s transcript.
The Marker interviewed Michal Grinstein-Weiss, director of SPI, on government mistrust and vaccine hesitancy.
The Source interviewed Stephen Roll, assistant research professor at the Social Policy Institute, about an SPI survey on the variety of ways families are using the child tax credit.
Mathieu Despard, faculty director of SPI, has been selected as an advisor to join the Academic Research Council of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB).
Kan interviewed Michal Grinstein-Weiss, director of SPI, about vaccine incentives.
The Washington Post discusses SPI’s recent survey on the planned usage of the Child Tax Credit which suggests that the expansion helps families invest in their future.
The Ascent discusses the expansion of the Child Tax Credit and shares SPI research that suggests that the expanded payments help parents work more.
The Jerusalem Post shared SPI findings that 17% of Israeli families suffer from food insecurity, negatively impacting the physical and mental health of Israeli children.
Yahoo! Money shares new SPI data showing how families plan to use the expanded Child Tax Credit, suggesting that the expanded payments allow parents to return to work.