Debt in Texas: Understanding the Impact of Student Loan Debt
This three-part virtual event series will explore trends in postsecondary affordability and student loans, as well as solutions to college debt challenges in Texas. Sept. 24, Sept. 29 and Oct. 1 | Online
This conference looked at how past laws, policies and land-use planning have influenced the built environment and its relationship to housing, socioeconomic opportunities and quality of life. March 6, 2020 | Austin
While many adverse situations contribute to a young adult becoming disconnected from school and the workforce, researchers coined the phrase “opportunity youth” to emphasize their potential economic and social contributions.
This report presents an analysis of current county- and ZIP code-level credit conditions for Texas—data not readily available from other sources. In this report, the mortgage market is stable, but late payments rise for auto and student debt.