President Trump's proposed one-time "investment" in child care is not what working families need—and, in fact, threatens basic protections for children and the standards that are the building blocks of high-quality child care.
This blog looks at the evolution of adult education in celebration of Adult Education and Family Literacy Awareness week.
The Senate has passed the Opioid Response Act, which focuses on trauma experienced by infants, young people, women, and families.
This year’s increase in federal child care funds offers states an opportunity to take bold steps toward achieving racial equity in their child care assistance programs.
Under the Trump Administration, low-wage workers and immigrant workers have constantly been under attack.
CLASP interviewed a DACA recipient about his hopes, dreams, and career aspirations. He explained how the program changed his life.
A decision by a Trump Administration official raises serious concerns about the future of justice for youth of color.
Arkansas could take away Medicaid from over 5,000 people because of red tape with its new "work requirement" policy.
As the U.S. House and Senate reconcile two very different farm bills, formerly incarcerated people are at risk of losing SNAP food assistance.
The “Simplifying Financial Aid for Students Act” would streamline the financial aid process by making it easier for more low-income students to apply—and qualify—for federal student aid.
Senator Rubio's paid leave proposal would cut away at Social Security benefits, undermining the long-term economic security for low-wage workers and their families.