CLASP provided recommendations to the Administration for Children and Families for implementing child support enforcement in a way that supports low-income people.
CLASP provided written comments on program integrity to the U.S. Department of Education.
This brief from CLASP, First Focus, and Single Stop explains the benefits of President Obama's proposal to raise asset limits to no less than $10,000 for all federally funded means-tested programs serving low-income adults and their families.
This testimony discusses the importance of using child welfare waivers to improve—not undermune—child wellbeing.
This fact sheet overviews Maine's "Parents as Scholars" program, part of the state's TANF education and training efforts.
In this letter to the Enrollment Workgroup, Elizabeth Lower-Basch urges the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services to take all steps possible to ensure that the systems being developed to promote access to health insurance can also be used to provide access to the full range of public incomeand work-support programs.
This report, part of CLASP's "Shifting Gears" partnership with the Joyce Foundation, discusses state-level innovations that have helped low-income adult workers obtain skills, get good jobs, and strengthen the economy.
During reauthorization of the Workforce Investment Act (WIA), Congress should include the strengthened priority of service provision contained in the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act. Ideally, Congress should ensure a greater focus on serving those most in need by clarifying that low-skilled, low-income adults are the intended recipients of intensive and training services provided with WIA adult funds.