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What are the effects of a two-generation human capital program on children's outcomes in Head Start? [Executive summary]
Past evaluations found that CareerAdvance(R) was associated with improved parent education, employment in the healthcare sector, and psychological well-being after one year. (Chase-Lansdale et al., 2018). The central question of this brief is whether there are positive or negative effects on children as parents advance their own educational goals, in addition to the positive effects of a high quality Head Start program. (author abstract)
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