Promoting Racial and Ethnic Equity in Online Career and Technical Education Programs Will Support an Equitable Recovery from COVID-19
Instructors, programs, and colleges can all promote equity in online classrooms.
The Child Care and Development Fund is one possible source of support for parents during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Policymakers Can Enact a Paid Family and Medical Leave Program and Honor the Biden-Harris Tax Pledge
The vast scope of the COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted the need for a comprehensive national paid leave benefit.
The pandemic has made some lawmakers reconsider the amount of credit available and the way it’s delivered.
The COVID-19 pandemic has shown people respond differently to a health shock. For workers experiencing extended hardship, return to work services are vital.
Expanding the Earned Income Tax Credit Could Provide Financial Security for Millions of Workers without Children
Expansion of the earned income tax credit would allow childless workers to receive critical income support and would improve equity between families with children and those considered childless.
Building Power for Freelance Arts Workers—and All Independent Contractors—Will Make Them More Resilient to Economic Shocks
Low wages, wage theft, and unstable employment leave freelance arts workers in precarious conditions.
Tracking TANF diversion programs and understanding how they operate can help policymakers ensure more families get the relief they need.
Encouraging experimentation with new forms of work-based learning will lead to a more robust apprenticeship system.