Read Pronita Gupta's statement about the Advancing Support for Working Families Act.
On December 2, 2019 CLASP submitted these comments to the Administration for Children and Families (ACF) in response to a request for information about increasing access to affordable, high-quality child care.
With unmet financial need increasing, SNAP is critical to address student hunger at colleges. Food insecurity is a threat to health, wellbeing, and success.
CLASP prepared comments on Georgia's section 1115 demonstration waiver application.
CLASP submitted comments on the proposed rule concerning the standardization of state heating and cooling standard utility allowances for the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP).
The National Compensation Survey contains data on workers' access to benefits including paid sick leave and paid family leave. Despite slight gains, low-wage and part-time workers have disparately less access to these benefits than full-time, high-wage workers.
Kate Gallagher Robbins' Tweet was referenced in this article about the Democratic presidential candidates' responses to child care and paid family leave during a debate this week.
Wendy Cervantes was quoted about the long-awaited DACA decision and the impact it would have on children.
On November 18, CLASP submitted the following comments to the U.S. Department of Education's Office of Civil Rights in response ot the Department's proposed revisions to the Civil Rights Data Collection. We are opposed to the proposed changes to Office of Civil Rights data.