Christine Johnson-Staub spoke on KQED about a report that details how California could become a national model for early education programs.
Find out how some colleges are supporting students' basic needs. We hope other colleges will consider following their examples.
Access to affordable, stable, and high quality child care and housing and are essential to families’ economic stability, parents’ ability to work, and children’s healthy development. But due to inadequate funding, just 1 in 6 children eligible for child care assistance — and 1 in 5 families with children eligible for housing assistance — receives it. As a result, many low-income families struggle to pay for child care and housing, and many are forced into low-quality child care arrangements and substandard housing. This paper, jointly published by CLASP and the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities (CBPP) dives into the importance and opportunities related to child care and housing policy.
Yesenia Jimenez, CLASP's Bill Emerson National Hunger Fellow, shares the importance of closing the digital divide with equitable solutions to ensure communities have full access to and use of affordable technologies.
It’s widely known that federal child care funding is insufficient to serve every child who may be eligible for assistance. However, new CLASP analysis reveals that access varies significantly by race, ethnicity, and state.
This guide will help you address and prevent employer retaliation against workers who exercise their rights. Undocumented immigrants are particularly at risk.
This guide explains how early childhood providers can create "safe space" policies to protect immigrant families in their programs.