Ascend at the Aspen Institute, an educational and policy studies organization based in Washington D.C., released a report today Practical Solutions that Lift Up Children and Families, which featured Utah as one of the states leading the way.
Tracy Gruber, senior advisor of Utah’s intergenerational poverty initiative and director of the Department of Workforce Services’ Office of Child Care, was part of a panel in Washington D.C. to discuss Utah’s progress and solutions that were shared in the report. More...
study released on April 19, 2018 shows that afterschool programs in Utah are
improving the academic success for children experiencing intergenerational
see firsthand the success mentioned in the study, Lt. Governor Spencer Cox, chair of the
Intergenerational Welfare Reform Commission, visited Guadalupe School’s
afterschool program—one of the participating programs. More...