Streamlining Child Care Subsidies: Better for Families and State Agencies
January 10, 2014
Olivia Golden, CLASP's executive director, and Hannah Matthews, CLASP's director of child care and early education, will be featured on a national audio conference presented by Spotlight on Poverty and Opportunity. The audio conference will explore exciting developments in child care as part of Work Supports Strategies (WSS), a multi-year, multi-foundation funded effort to design, test, and implement more effective, streamlined, and integrated approaches to delivering supports for low-income working families, including health coverage, nutrition assistance, and child care subsidies. For a sneak preview on WSS and child care, check out this just-released reportfrom the Urban Institute and CLASP.
Registration for the audio conference is free and open to the public.