The major themes of intergenerational mobility and equitable growth and subthemes of education, employment, and revitalization appear throughout the issue. The articles focus on measuring intergenerational mobility and economic growth in the Third Federal Reserve District; reversing the cycle of poverty through education and mentoring as well as workforce development; exploring the future of community development corporations (CDC) and measuring CDC impact; understanding changes in the housing market; using data visualization as a community development tool; and learning lessons from the Fund for Our Economic Future's work in Ohio. Visit www.philadelphiafed.org/ROC2014 for presentations, audio recordings, and videos of the 2014 Reinventing Older Communities conference.

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