Our Clients in the Headlines


The Institute for College Access & Success

4 Questions About Student Loans, Answered (New York Times, June 24, 2021)

MomsRising

Latinas left workforce at highest rate, see slow recovery (AP News, June 16, 2021)

Afterschool Alliance

Study: 2.3 Million Black Students Lack Access To Summer Learning Programs (Seattle Medium, June 10, 2021)


Afterschool Alliance

Many children lack access to summer programs in Allegheny County, study says (Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, May 31, 2021)

The Institute for College Access & Success

Interest Rates on Federal Student Loans Will Rise in July (New York Times, May 28, 2021)


The Institute for College Access & Success

You Still Have Time to Ask Colleges for More Financial Aid (New York Times, April 23, 2021)




The Institute for College Access & Success

Major expansion of Cal Grant financial aid proposed for state’s college students (Los Angeles Times, Feb 23, 2021)

Afterschool Alliance

Investments in after-school STEM programs pay off (Crain’s Chicago Business, Feb 17, 2021)

MomsRising

Working Moms Are Struggling. Here’s What Would Help. (New York Times, Feb 4, 2021)


Afterschool Alliance

Thousands of Dallas children are in need of after-school care, survey finds (Dallas Morning News, Feb 2, 2021)


Afterschool Alliance

Afterschool programs helping prepare children for STEAM-related careers (Powell Tribune, Jan 21, 2021)

The Institute for College Access & Success

After Biden request, Education Department extends pause on federal student loan payments through September (Washington Post, Jan 20, 2021)


MomsRising

This Is What Childcare Could Look Like (Jezebel.com, Jan 1, 2021)

The Institute for College Access & Success

How Biden’s Education Department will tackle pandemic and Trump-era policies (PBS, Dec 29, 2020)


The Institute for College Access & Success

The debate over Joe Biden canceling student debt, explained (Vox, Dec 28, 2020)


MomsRising

Working moms are not okay (The Washington Post, Oct 30, 2020)

The Institute for College Access & Success

Why 2020 Is Different for Student Loan Payments (The New York Times, Oct 23, 2020)

Afterschool Alliance

Keeping after school programs alive in the pandemic (WJLA Good Morning Washington, Oct 22, 2020)


The Institute for College Access & Success

It’s Time To Double The Pell Grant (Forbes, Sept 24, 2020)


MomsRising

Virtual Learning = Real Life Challenge (Carolina Public Press, Sept 1, 2020)

The Institute for College Access & Success

Student loans may be needed now more than ever. Here’s how to navigate the options (CNBC, Aug 17, 2020)


MomsRising

The ‘Rage Moms’ Democrats Are Counting On (The New York Times, Aug 17, 2020)

Afterschool Alliance

Back-to-school: The approach Congress should support (The Hill, Aug 11, 2020)

The Institute for College Access & Success

Study looks at college financial aid applications, sees drop from majority Black schools (Detroit Free Press, Aug 10, 2020)


Afterschool Alliance

There Are Other Options Besides Reopening Schools (The Atlantic, July 31, 2020)

Futures Without Violence

Washington N.F.L. Harassment Report Shocked Many, but Not Women (The New York Times, July 17, 2020)


Afterschool Alliance

Medical experts: Children must return to school (HudsonValley360.com, June 30, 2020)

Futures Without Violence

Aurora Perrineau, Chanel Miller Team Up with GoFundMe to Help Fight Domestic Violence (People Magazine, June 30, 2020)

The Institute for College Access & Success

Democrats fail to override Trump veto on student loan policy (ABC News, June 26, 2020)


Futures Without Violence

When “Stay-at-Home” is Not an Option: Domestic Violence in the Time of COVID-19 (CitiesSpeak, June 11, 2020)

Afterschool Alliance

As summer camps prepare to reopen, parents wonder if there’s room for their kids (The Washington Post, June 7, 2020)


Afterschool Alliance

High expectations for summer programs as learning gaps predicted to grow (Education Dive, May 28, 2020)

The Institute for College Access & Success

Interest Rate on Federal College Loans Is About to Hit a Record Low (The New York Times, May 22, 2020)


The Institute for College Access & Success

The ‘Public’ in Public College Could Be Endangered (The New York Times, May 5, 2020)


The Institute for College Access & Success

3 ways community colleges can support students during the coronavirus crisis (Education Dive, March 19, 2020)

Washington Center for Equitable Growth

Paid Leave Vs. The Pandemic (NPR, March 17, 2020)

MomsRising

10 ways to honor the work of motherhood during Women’s History Month (Washington Post, March 13, 2020)


Futures Without Violence

Domestic violence rally speakers focus on women of color during 2020 event (Wyoming Tribune Eagle, March 8, 2020)

The Institute for College Access & Success

A new state bill could challenge key interstate distance learning pact (educationdive.com, March 4, 2020)


Futures Without Violence

Texting Trauma: Many Teens Suffer 'Digital Dating Abuse' (U.S. News & World Report, Feb 19, 2020)

Afterschool Alliance

YMCA, Google help parents ‘Be Internet Awesome’ (The Mercury News, Feb 16, 2020)


National Partnership for Women & Families

It's time for paid leave for all (The Hill, Jan 28, 2020)

Afterschool Alliance

De Blasio and City Council begin universal after-school push (Amsterdam News, Jan 23, 2020)


The Institute for College Access & Success

Don’t get caught by surprise by this deadline if you’re paying off student loans (MarketWatch, Jan 23, 2020)

Afterschool Alliance

Advocates in Olympia Urging Support for Youth-Development Programs (Public News Service, Jan 21, 2020)

Futures Without Violence

Pitt study shows coach-taught program helps middle school boys change behavior with girls (Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Jan 14,2020)


MomsRising

Most US workers still pay price of no paid parental leave (Associated Press, Dec 22, 2019)

The Institute for College Access & Success

This Teacher Makes $40,000 A Year. This Lawyer Makes $210,000 A Year. That Explains The American Economy. (Buzzfeednews.com, Dec 19, 2019)



The Institute for College Access & Success

House Democrats Unveil Plan to Make College More Affordable (The New York Times, Oct 15, 2019)

National Partnership for Women & Families

Elizabeth Warren says she was fired for being pregnant, but such discrimination remains a widespread problem (MarketWatch, Oct 15, 2019)


Afterschool Alliance

Abigail Swanger Chosen to Elite Class of 15 ‘Afterschool Ambassadors’ in America (High County Press, Oct 1, 2019)

The Institute for College Access & Success

Two-Thirds of College Students Take On Debt, but Amount Is Rising More Slowly (The New York Times, Sept 27, 2019)

MomsRising

Trump’s Agenda is Taking a Terrible Toll on Mothers (Ms Magazine, Sept 11, 2019)


The Institute for College Access & Success

DeVos issues new loan forgiveness rule for swindled students (AP News, Aug 30, 2019)

National Partnership for Women & Families; Futures Without Violence

McDonald’s offering harassment training to all US workers (Sacramento Bee, Aug 28, 2019)


The Institute for College Access & Success

Nearly 100,000 millennials in the Sacramento area live at home. Why your kids can’t move out (Sacramento Bee, Aug 1, 2019)


Afterschool Alliance

Deal boosts funding for after-school programs (Salem News, July 22, 2019)

National Partnership for Women & Families

Divided Over Abortion, but Joining Forces for Women’s Workplace Rights (New York Times, July 12, 2019)


The Institute for College Access & Success

Career training regulations protect students and taxpayers. But the Trump administration is abolishing them. (The Washington Post, July 1, 2019)

MomsRising

Options to help parents with child care during the summer (WXYZ-TV, June 21, 2019)


National Partnership for Women & Families

Time to make government more family-friendly (The San Mateo Daily Journal, June 18, 2019)

Afterschool Alliance

Take the ‘Afterschool for All’ Challenge Today (MomsRising.org, June 12, 2019)

The Institute for College Access & Success

Pete Buttigieg has $130,000 in student loan debt—here’s where he stands on the issue (CNBC, June 11, 2019)


Washington Center for Equitable Growth

Breaking Up Facebook Is Easier Said Than Done (Bloomberg, May 10, 2019)

MomsRising

The Rise of the Warrior Mom (Ms. Magazine, May 10, 2019)


The Institute for College Access & Success

Before Deciding on a College, Look Closely at the Financial Aid Letter (New York Times, April 19, 2019)

Washington Center for Equitable Growth

The left should resist the siren song of ‘modern monetary theory’ (Washington Post, April 19, 2019)


The Institute for College Access & Success

What students can learn from the days before college loans (Washington Post, April 4, 2019)


The Institute for College Access & Success

Do Limits On Student Loan Borrowing Lower College Costs? A Policy Expert Weighs In (Bustle, March 19, 2019)

National Partnership for Women & Families

The Fight to End the Hyde Amendment Has Finally Come to the U.S. Senate (Rewire.com, March 13, 2019)


The Institute for College Access & Success

Alexander's Loan-Repayment Overhaul (Inside Higher Ed, Feb 19, 2019)

National Partnership for Women & Families

The Health 202: Ivanka Trump pushes 'bipartisan agreement' on paid family leave (Washington Post, Feb 13, 2019)


National Partnership for Women & Families

Meghan Markle May Be Taking an Alternative Approach to Childbirth (Vogue, Feb 5, 2019)


MomsRising

At Last! TN Gov. Haslam Frees Cyntoia (Tennessee Tribune, Jan 10, 2019)

National Partnership for Women & Families

A California Dream for Paid Leave Has an Old Problem: How to Pay for It (New York Times, Jan 6, 2019)

The Institute for College Access & Success

‘Free’ community college is great marketing, questionable economics (San Francisco Chronicle, Dec 22, 2018)


Futures Without Violence

Ending Violence Against Women is Possible and Urgent (Council on Foreign Relations, Dec 6, 2018)

Afterschool Alliance

When schools work closely with after-school programs, all parties benefit (Education Dive, Dec 5, 2018)


National Partnership for Women & Families

Bumped Out (GOVERNING , Dec 2018)

The Institute for College Access & Success

You were right to take out student loans, says author of 'I Will Teach You To Be Rich' (CNBC, Nov 28, 2018)


The Institute for College Access & Success

Here’s how the midterm election results could affect student-loan borrowers (Market Watch, Nov 8, 2018)


Afterschool Alliance

Why Poughkeepsie is rallying for after-school programs (Poughkeepsie Journal, Oct 26, 2018)

Afterschool Alliance

Atlanta Teens Survey Teens for Lights On Afterschool Event (Youth Today, Oct 25, 2018)

The Institute for College Access & Success

Most parents and students have no idea how much college really costs (CNBC, Oct 16, 2018)


Afterschool Alliance

Congress saves after-school funding for low-income children in South Dakota (Sioux Falls Argus Leader, Oct 11, 2018)


National Partnership for Women & Families

Five myths about the burden of family leave on business (CNBC, Sept 27, 2018)

The Institute for College Access & Success

New Phone-Friendly Version of Financial Aid Form Is Coming Out (New York Times, September 7, 2018)


Afterschool Alliance

Why Does the School Day End Two Hours Before the Workday? (The Atlantic, September 5, 2018)

National Partnership for Women & Families

Microsoft to Contractors: Give New Parents Paid Leave (New York Times, August 31, 2018)

Futures Without Violence

This is why workplace harassment training is so ineffective (ThinkProgress, July 25, 2018)


National Partnership for Women & Families

How the slow sabotage of Obamacare may hurt America’s breastfeeding rate (Vox, July 16, 2018)

The Institute for College Access & Success

Just Out of College? Now Is the Time to Take Stock of Your Finances (New York Times, July 6, 2018)


National Partnership for Women & Families

If High Court Reverses Roe v. Wade, 22 States Likely To Ban Abortion (NPR, July 10, 2018)

National Partnership for Women & Families

Teens face a gender pay gap, too. Here’s how to help them navigate it (Washington Post, June 12, 2018)


MomsRising

Why Washington is one of the worst places to be black and pregnant (Washington Post, June 16, 2018)

The Institute for College Access & Success

Congress needs to lift restrictions on collecting college student data (Washington Post, June 14, 2018)

The Institute for College Access & Success

A generation of college grads buried in student loan debt (Chicago Sun-times, June 2, 2018)


The Institute for College Access & Success

A government student-loan website may soon treat private loan companies more favorably (MarketWatch, June 1, 2018)

MomsRising

Why is today celebrated as Moms Equal Pay Day? (GMA, May 30, 2018)


The Institute for College Access & Success

A Student Debt Payment Plan That Saves Now, Yet Costs More Later (New York Times, May 4, 2018)

Afterschool Alliance

After-School Funding Remains on Thin Ice (Education Week, May 15, 2018)


National Partnership for Women & Families

Here's How Much the Royal Baby's Birth Cost, Compared to the Average American's (Money Magazine, April 23, 2018)

Afterschool Alliance

Many youths benefit from after-school programs (Yakima Herald-Republic, April 24, 2018)

The Institute for College Access & Success

College’s First Test: How to Pay for It (New York Times, April 24, 2018)


National Partnership for Women & Families

Equal Pay Day: How does your state stack up on pay equity for women? (USA Today, April 10, 2018)

MomsRising

Six months of #MeToo: Hopes are high for lasting impact (Associated Press, March 31, 2018)


Afterschool Alliance

Afterschool suppers are a game-changer for reducing childhood hunger (The Hill, March 29, 2018)

MomsRising

Despite gains, ‘motherhood penalty’ persists (Boston Globe, March 13, 2018)

The Institute for College Access & Success

Trump Administration Tells States to Stop Regulating Federal Student Loans (Wall Street Journal, March 9, 2018)


Afterschool Alliance

After-school Programs on Trump’s Chopping Block Once Again (Youth Today, February 13, 2018)

The Institute for College Access & Success

Trump and DeVos call for massive cuts to college student aid programs (Washington Post, February 13, 2018)

Futures Without Violence

Rob Porter allegations detail common traits of domestic abuse, experts say (NBC News, February 9, 2018)


Futures Without Violence

Treating Domestic Violence As A Medical Problem (Kaiser Health News, January 29, 2018)

National Partnership for Women & Families

Walmart Announces Incomplete Paid Leave Policy for Employees (Slate, January 12, 2018)


The Institute for College Access & Success

Trump talked tough but hasn’t reined in college tuition (Politico, December 28, 2017)

National Association of Clinical Nurse Specialists

'Problematic': OMB Ignores Clinical Nurse Specialists' Request (HealthLeaders Media, December 5, 2017)


National Association of Clinical Nurse Specialists

My Ideal Role: A Critical Care Clinical Nurse Specialist (Medscape, December 1, 2017)

Afterschool Alliance

After-school STEM programs inspire kids to keep learning (PBS NewsHour, November 14, 2017)


Afterschool Alliance

After Trump Fight, After-School Programs Are Celebrated (Black Enterprise, October 26, 2017)

Institute for College Access & Success

Student Loan Defaults Rise - What To Do Now (Forbes, October 6, 2017)