Higher Learning Advocates & 50 Organizations Submit Testimony on CCAMPIS to Senate LHHS Subcommittee

WASHINGTON — Higher Learning Advocates and fifty partner organizations submitted testimony on the Child Care Access Means Parents in Schools (CCAMPIS) program to the Senate LHHS Subcommittee. Specifically, the organizations expressed their strong support for increasing funding for CCAMPIS to $200 million, the amount needed to provide child care support to approximately 2.5 percent of Pell-eligible student parents of children ages 0-5.

Read the testimony here.