The Self-Sufficiency Project at 36 months: Effects on children of a program that increased parental employment and income
The 36 month report on the Self-Sufficiency Project, which is a research and demonstration project that examines the ways in which programs that increase employment and income affect low-income parents and children
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Child care and employment: Evidence from random assignment studies of welfare and work programs