"The student loan debt crisis threatens the economic security of Black women, according to CLASP."
As we celebrate 50 years of the Pell Grant, we are at a critical moment to ensure the program meets these changing needs now—and in the decades to come. Here are three of CLASP's key recommendations for the future of the program.
This Juneteenth, the annual reflection of this country’s historical mistreatment of Black Americans must consider the impact of white supremacy on higher education policy.
J. Geiman is quoted about how student debt can cause serious mental health tolls--especially for Black students.
April is Community College Month! This blog explains how the New Mexico Opportunity Scholarship Act supports students who attend community colleges.
The Board of Trustees of the Center for Law and Social Policy (CLASP) announces that it has chosen Indivar “Indi” Dutta-Gupta as its next executive director.
Release announcing an historic donation from philanthropist, MacKenzie Scott.
Black workers have historically been denied opportunities and forced into high-risk, low-wage industries—especially during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Adult Education and Family Literacy (AEFL) week, which is September 19-25, recognizes the importance of investing in adult education services for workers, families, and our economy.
CLASP responds to latest poverty data showing a drop resulting from federal programs to address the pandemic and recession. Congress must continue this investment through the Build Back Better Act.