A new study shows how “the nation’s suburbs have become more diverse and have seen a new increase in poverty, while central cities have gained population from the suburbs since the housing market crash.”

An article that appeared on Huffington Post by Amy Traub, Research Director of Drum Major Institute for Public Policy, points out: “Overall, the authors argue, the cities and suburbs that make up that nation’s metropolitan areas share common challenges – from an aging population to the need for a college educated workforce – and must face them together.”

Read the complete article here.