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New from Equal Measure
The Imperative to Address Racial and Structural Inequities: A Statement from Equal Measure
In light of the far too numerous national tragedies that have exposed deep racial and structural inequities, Equal Measure President Meg Long shares how the organization is prepared to respond. We invite you to view the full statement here.
From the Field
Benefits Access for College Completion: Lessons Learned from a Community College Initiative to Help Low-Income Students
A new report from CLASP analyzes how students were served by Benefits Access for College Completion (BACC), a 2.5-year initiative designed to increase access to public benefits for eligible low-income students, for which Equal Measure served as evaluator.
- Check out this new @usedgov fact sheet on supporting the success of homeless children and youths: https://t.co/HbsHBVI5Pd
- Why are so many local and state jurisdictions turning to partnership? There seem to be several relevant trends: https://t.co/XXQHS1vU1N
- Recent @StetsonU study links residential racial segregation with #healthdisparities https://t.co/ot0iBlxaHi @dbnewsjournal
- Read our statement on The Imperative to Address Racial and Structural Inequities: https://t.co/bJ5sTJjgc9 https://t.co/68JekqoIGF