This report describes the FCCC vision, the approach to the evaluation, and what FCCC looked like in practice, including an estimation of costs in the three communities. In final reflections on the effort, we ask if the community grantees succeeded in creating integrated two-generation services, as defined by current thinking in two-generation best practice, and if the community grantees got to meaningful community change, which grantee leadership defines as what will remain when this prolonged investment by the Foundation ends. (author abstract)
Developing two-generation approaches in communities: Final report from Family-Centered Community Change [Executive summary]
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