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.
Statement from Olivia Golden on the need for Congress to continue pursuing path to citizenship, despite Senate Parliamentarian ruling.
Ashley Burnside was interviewed about how more families could be getting the child tax credit payments.
Attaching work requirements to the expanded CTC benefits would deny the credit to many of the people who need it the most. This would leave children, families, and our communities worse off.
Ashley Burnside was quoted about how children in mixed immigrant status families would benefit from the child tax credit.
This blog post by Cameron Johnson advocates for budget reconciliation legislation that contains federal investments in jobs in sustainability and combating climate change. Such investments must center the economic empowerment of communities with barriers to employment.
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.
CLASP was referenced about results from a child tax credit polling survey we co-conducted in July.