Stimulating Opportunity, a new report from the Economic Mobility Corporation, highlights the role subsidized employment programs can play in reconnecting long-term unemployed workers to the workforce.
This article discusses CLASP's report on low skill and wage levels in Louisiana.
CLASP and the Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights held an important roundtable discussion on high school equivalency.
The budget President Obama released this week was not the typical Administration budget. Usually, the President's budget is a statement of his vision for the country and his priorities for spending. It traditionally comes before the House and Senate budget resolutions and lays out the agenda that he thinks Congress should follow.
In this article, Elizabeth Lower-Bash discusses how poverty affects children's health and school performance.
Senate Democrats and House Republicans moved forward on budget resolutions that offer visions of the role of the federal government and our nations’ priorities. Both set targets for federal spending and revenues in fiscal years 2014 and beyond, but they would move the nation in dramatically different directions.
This article summarizes CLASP's report on important investments to make in boys and young men of color.