Youth Today summarizes our report on how immigration actions affect young children.
Provides summary of CLASP report on how young children are harmed by the Trump Administration's immigration policies and actions.
In this article, Kisha Bird was quoted about how there is no "one-size-fits-all" for governance models between K-12 and adult education systems across state lines: “Education is so locally driven, driven by local needs and barriers."
The Academy of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine reports that an additional $53 billion in public and private resources annually would be required to fully fund a national, high-quality child care and early education system.
This article highlights the new CLASP report about the effects of immigration policy on young children. It also quotes Wendy Cervantes about the rumored changes that would restrict immigrant access to basic need support programs.
CLASP has released new reports documenting the effects of immigration policies and actions on young children in immigrant families and the early care providers who support them.
States are increasingly using waiver requests seeking federal permission to change how they operate their safety-net programs. Recently, the waiver process has steered off course from its original intent, and states are increasingly using it as a mechanism to create barriers to basic needs programs.
Kisha Bird is quoted about the importance of schools being connected to the workforce system.
Our country's children are living in fear. This report documents how the current immigration context is impacting our nation’s youngest based on focus groups in six states.
This article focuses on CLASP's new reports on the effects of the Trump Administration's actions and rhetoric about immigration on young children in immigrant families. Hannah Matthews is quoted.