Amid New Funding Opportunities, How Can Child Care Providers Collaborate to Better Serve Families?

This year, the federal government budgeted $350 million for preschool expansion and development.

Envisioning an Effective Federal Job Guarantee

Guaranteed job proposals like the one in a Green New Deal are bringing new attention to a strategy for creating quality jobs.

Michigan Follows the Evidence to Encourage Savings while Reducing Economic Insecurity

Last week, Michigan governor Gretchen Whitmer announced plans to raise asset limits for three programs serving low-income families.

What Research Reveals about Young Parents Juggling School and Work

The more time young parents spend combining work with education, the higher their incomes were at age 30.

What Happened to People Affected by Work Requirements in Arkansas?

Arkansas is one of the first states to implement work requirements for Medicaid and SNAP.

How Will Children Fare in the Markup of the Senate Labor-HHS-Education Appropriations Bill?

Funding levels for programs supporting our nation’s children will be decided in the Labor and Health and Human Services and Education bill.

Minnesotans Who Lost Jobs Reveal Instability of Low-Wage Work

A new report explores how workers in low-wage fields in Minnesota experience challenges to work stability.

How Child Care Agencies Can Build Their Capacity for Evidence-Based Policymaking

Child care agencies must consider how to use evidence to improve their programs.

For People of Color, Employment Disparities Start Early

Black and Latinx youth were employed at lower rates and paid less than their white peers in a national survey.

Corporations Have Led on LGBTQ Workplace Inclusion, but Many Challenges Remain

20 percent of LGBTQ Americans report experiencing discrimination when applying for jobs.