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CLPHA Releases New Report and Recommendations to Advance Postsecondary Achievement for Public Housing Residents and Housing Insecure Students

5.15.19
Innovative public housing authorities (PHAs) are collaborating with college access partners and community colleges to increase postsecondary educational achievement for low-income residents and college students experiencing homelessness.

Public Housing Authorities, Community Colleges, College Access Partners Collaborate to Eliminate Barriers to Postsecondary Success

5.16.19

Public Housing Authorities, Community Colleges, College Access Partners Collaborate to Eliminate Barriers to Postsecondary Success

New Report and Recommendations from the Council of Large Public Housing Authorities Highlight Innovative Cross-Sector Collaborations to Improve Postsecondary Achievement for Public Housing Residents and Housing-Insecure Students

Featuring Partnerships in Chicago, Columbus, Los Angeles, Louisville, Tacoma

Fewer Tacoma students are completing college. New program aims to change that (Tacoma Housing Authority)

5.8.19

From The News Tribune:

More students in Tacoma are graduating high school, but graduating college is another story.

Fewer students enrolled and completed college last year than in previous years, according to a new report released by Graduate Tacoma, a community movement with the Foundation for Tacoma Students.

Department of Education Application for New Awards: Child Care Access Means Parents in School (CCAMPS) Program

4.24.19

The Department of Education (ED) listed applications for new awards for the Child Care Access Means Parents in School (CCAMPS) Program in the Federal Register on April 16, 2019. The CCAMPS program application is open to postsecondary institutions who are interested in providing campus-based childcare services—or contracting with off-campus providers—for low-income student parents.

Postsecondary Success for Parents: Dual-Generation Strategies for Supporting Vulnerable Families

4.24.19

Over one in five college students—and over two in five community college students—are parents, according to a recent study by the Institute for Women’s Policy Research (IWPR). Student parents are most likely to attend community colleges, but also make up 17, 18, and 13 percent of public four-year institutions, for-profit colleges, and private non-profit institutions, respectively.

SCSU Brings Its Classes Into High Schools (Elm City Communities/ Housing Authority of New Haven)

4.11.19

From the New Haven Independent:

High-schoolers will now be able to take real college courses right inside their high schools.

That’s the result of a new partnership between New Haven Public Schools and Southern Connecticut University that was inked on Thursday morning inside Hillhouse High School’s Floyd Little Athletic Center.

Watch the Recording: CLPHA Education Working Group Webinar on Advocacy Strategies to Support Out-of-School-Time

4.11.19
CLPHA’s Education Working Group hosted a webinar this week on“Growing Support for Out-of-School-Time at Your PHA,” which featured strategies for engaging in advocacy efforts to build support for housing and afterschool programs at the local and state level.

THA’s Elementary Education Partnership Featured in Education Dive Magazine​​​​​​​

4.11.19

Education Dive Magazine took an in-depth look at the innovative partnership between the Tacoma Housing Authority (THA) and Tacoma Public Schools (TPS). The program offers housing assistance to low-income families in order to enable children to stay in their same schools from year to year, thereby stabilizing students' attendance and improving their educational outcomes.

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