- Nov 18, 2014 | U.S News and World Report Child Care Grant Program to Sail Through Senate A CLASP report is cited in this article on the Senate's passage of the Child Care and Development Block Grant Act.
- Nov 17, 2014 | Philly.com First-Year Report Released on City's Plan to Combat Poverty Jodie Levin-Epstein was the keynote speaker at the Uniting to Fight Poverty Summit, at which Shared Prosperity Philidelphia, the city's plan to tackle the city's deep poverty rate, released its first progress report.
- Nov 13, 2014 | The Chronicle of Higher Education Forget the Rise in Tuition and Fees, What About Living Expenses? Amy Ellen Duke-Benfield is quoted in this article on the challenges posed by the high costs of college living expenses.
- Oct 28, 2014 | The Washington Post The Young and the Disconnected: America's Youth Unemployment Problem Kisha Bird is quoted in this article about youth unemployment and why so many young Americans have been left out of the economic recovery.
- Oct 16, 2014 | Washington Post How America's Poor Are Slipping Further Behind Liz Ben-Ishai is quoted in this article on low income America.
- Oct 15, 2014 | The Nation When the Workday Never Really Ends A CLASP Report on the Schedules That Work Act is cited in this article on work schedules.
- Oct 08, 2014 | The Kankakee Daily Journal Editorial: State unemployment rate in need of change This editorial cites a CLASP report on unemployment.
- Oct 01, 2014 | Christian Science Monitor Decline in the US Poverty Rate: What Made it Happen? Hannah Matthews is quoted in this article about the decline in child poverty in 2013.
- Oct 01, 2014 | Huffington Post Predictable Schedules Offer Stability and Regular Pay to Hourly Workers A CLASP Report on unpredictable work schedules is referenced in this article.
- Sep 30, 2014 | The Diane Rehm Show on NPR Single Parenthood and Child Well Being Olivia Golden was a guest on the Diane Rehm Show on NPR to discuss the impact of family structure on child well-being.
Sep 26, 2014
| Washington Journal on C-SPAN
Census Report on Poverty
Olivia Golden joined Washington Journal to talk about a recent census report showing 45 million Americans living below the poverty line.
- Sep 24, 2014 | Stateline In Some States, Low Poverty Rate Obscures Deeper Despair Elizabeth Lower-Basch is quoted in this article on Stateline's analysis of the state-by-state poverty data released by the U.S. Census Bureau.
Sep 18, 2014
| The Daily Beast
The U.S is Losing a Generation to Poverty
Elizabeth Lower-Basch and Olivia Golden are quoted in this article about the United States Census Bureau release of the poverty data for the year 2013. The poverty numbers show the first significant decline in poverty since the recession hit, but still remain higher than they were before the recession.
- Sep 18, 2014 | International Business Times As Congress Aims To Improve Child Care, Low-Income Families Still Grapple with Access Hannah Matthews is quoted in this article on Child Care access for low-income families. The article also references a CLASP report on Child Care Assistance Spending.
- Sep 17, 2014 | Politico Politico Pro Morning Edition: Child Poverty Improves, but 1 in 5 Still Poor Hannah Matthews is quoted in the Politico Pro morning edition article reporting on the U.S Census Bureau data on income and poverty. The CLASP report on the data is also cited.
- Sep 17, 2014 | The Christian Science Monitor Child Poverty Rate Declines in America for First Time since 2000 Hannah Matthews is quoted in this article about the poverty rate for children in this year's Census Bureau report.
- Sep 17, 2014 | The Washington Post Poverty Dropped but Household Incomes Didn't Rise, Census Bureau says Olivia Golden is quoted in this article examining poverty trends from the Census Bureau statistics released Tuesday.
- Sep 15, 2014 | Politico House Passes Child Care Bill Hannah Matthews is quoted in this article about the House passing a bill to overhaul child care for low-income families. The bill will likely become law before the end of the year.
- Sep 04, 2014 U.S Senator Tammy Baldwin Calls for Senate Action on Student Loan Debt Crisis and Announces New Legislation to Address Higher Education Affordability David Socolow is quoted in this official press release for the Working Student Act.
- Aug 27, 2014 | Providence Journal On Labor Day, Place a New Order at Starbucks A report by CLASP, the Retail Action Project and Women Employed on unpredictable works schedules is referenced in this article about scheduling changes at Starbucks.