The WPFP partners with existing state nonprofit organizations to systematically analyze the conditions of working families and state policies related to workforce development. This data-driven and objective assessment identifies policy issues that warrant attention if states are to effectively serve working families. The state partners use different strategies to achieve their missions, but all work to inform policy decisions through objective analysis and the use of WPFP-generated data.
For a list of our partners and a link to their State Policy Assessment Reports, see the drop down menu below.
State Partner Issue Reports
Many of the WPFP state partners have developed issue reports in their work to advance state policies that benefit working low-income families. Several state policy briefs and reports that focus on working low-income families are available by topic area.
- Comprehensive Review of Working Families and State Policies
- Education and Training
- Postsecondary Education
- Adult Education
- TANF and WIOA
- Economic Development
- Conditions of Employment and Work Supports
Inactive State Partners
View reports from inactive state partners (Alabama, Arizona, Florida, Minnesota, Pennsylvania and Utah.)