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New from Equal Measure
The Q Interview: Stephanie Lerner
In a new Q Interview, Howard Walters – a W.K. Kellogg Foundation planning, evaluation, and research officer and former Equal Measure team member – shares insight on the Boys and Men of Color space, and social sector trends.
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.
- Report by @BuildingChanges "Coordinating Employment and Housing Services: A Strategy to Impact Family #Homelessness" https://t.co/0YnJRe89M2
- What Colleges Can Do Right Now to Help Low-Income Students Succeed: https://t.co/IV5WpInvVZ by @saragoldrickrab https://t.co/heWVaMSiC8
- The Q: Howard Walters on Boys and Men of Color and social sector trends https://t.co/D7AZI9cduQ
- "AC President: Education is one of the key solutions to solving poverty” https://t.co/aJymb7JKZA