Community colleges and their students have a shared interest in accelerated learning.
School resuming after the holidays can be a welcome return for young people facing food insecurity.
Job seekers recently released from prison face challenges that make landing a job extremely difficult.
Last summer, Urban researchers traveled to six communities across the US to host community conversations on disrupting food insecurity.
Young Americans ages 16 to 24 spend a significant portion of their time disconnected from work and school.
A new tool could provide the Social Security Administration a better picture of a person’s functional abilities.
How much do we know about individuals and families who use charitable food assistance?
A new Urban Institute report finds potential for technology-enhanced instruction, but the results do not hold in community colleges.
A proposal would change the way states consider utility costs, which can include winter heating bills, when determining eligibility for SNAP.
Lawmakers in dozens of states have reduced pension benefits for workers including firefighters and teachers.