Education

What makes it difficult to find or enjoy a home?

Our partners at HousingLink are working on a project to learn what barriers and discrimination people experience when searching for and living in rental housing. Your insights are needed! Please take a few minutes to respond to these survey questions and share with your network.

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By |August 27, 2014|Education|Comments Off on What makes it difficult to find or enjoy a home?
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    Legislative Wrap Up: Historic Changes for Striving Families Legislative Wrap Up: Historic Changes for Striving Families

    Legislative Wrap Up: Historic Changes for Striving Families

Legislative Wrap Up: Historic Changes for Striving Families

Here is a list of all the affirmative and positive MFIP policy changes that passed last week.  Your Prosperity for All support and advocacy paid off in big ways!

EDUCATION.  The MFIP workforce education changes will take effect July 1, 2014:  Unlimited participation will be allowed in adult basic education, GED coursework, ESL, and post-secondary education/training (including […]

By |May 21, 2014|Advocacy, Affirmative Options, Economy, Education, MFIP, State Capitol|Comments Off on Legislative Wrap Up: Historic Changes for Striving Families
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    The New Face of Homelessness The New Face of Homelessness

    The New Face of Homelessness

The New Face of Homelessness

Rochester Schools homeless liaison Melissa Brandt wrote an illuminating piece about homeless students and the role of government and individuals in meeting their needs. Did you know public schools had a homeless liaison? As the homeless liaison, Melissa Brandt helps assist those kids and their families experiencing homelessness. Brandt […]

By |April 18, 2014|Advocacy, Affordable Housing, Child Homelessness, Education, Homes for All, News & Blog, Prosperity for All, Rochester|Comments Off on The New Face of Homelessness