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Organizational Research Services, n.d.
Executive Summary
A summary of preliminary findings from the first year of an outcome and process evaluation of the first cohort of the Seattle, Washington, Parent-Child Home Program/Play & Learn Group Demonstration Project, a two-year program consisting of an…
First 5 California, n.d.
Fact Sheets & Briefs
An account of the number of parents using First 5 California programs and supports for parents to aid in the early education of their children
United States. Department of Education, Ascend at the Aspen Institute, n.d.
Other
Toolkit Guidance: "2Gen Tools to Help Families and Children Thrive: A Resource for Staff Implementing Federal, State and Local Government Staff Programs Serving Children and Families" is intended to support Federal, State, and local program…
Applied Survey Research, n.d.
Reports & Papers
An evaluation of the Yes We Can...Read! Children's Initiative, an early literacy program incorporating parent engagement workshops, family literacy nights, and community volunteer mentors, that examines program implementation, changes in parent…
Applied Survey Research, n.d.
Executive Summary
A summary of an evaluation of the Yes We Can...Read! Children's Initiative, an early literacy program incorporating parent engagement workshops, family literacy nights, and community volunteer mentors, that examines program implementation, changes…
Gould Bill, Murphy Sharon, n.d.
Fact Sheets & Briefs
Findings from an eight-year process and outcome evaluation of the First 5 LA Family Literacy Initiative, a comprehensive program to promote literacy among low-income families in Los Angeles County, that examine children's elementary school…
Golden Kate E., n.d.
Reports & Papers
An evaluation of Even Start Family Literacy Programs in Nebraska that examines early childhood program quality, children's language and literacy outcomes, parenting skills, and parent educational and occupational outcomes, based on data collected…
First 5 LA, n.d.
Reports & Papers
A study of changes in the home literacy practices and school involvement of parents who participated in a family literacy program in Los Angeles County, California, based on pre- and post-program surveys
2012-2013 Apsen Institute Ascend Fellows, n.d.
Other
This anthology provides compelling illustrations of innovative approaches to two-generation strategies, ranging from the policy initiatives, programs, and practices to research and emerging evidence. The volume's contributors come from a variety of…
Lombardi Joan, Mosle Anne, Patel Nisha, Schumacher Rachel, Stedron Jennifer, n.d.
Other
This chapter highlights two-generation program approaches in the areas of education, economic supports, social capital, and health and well-being.
Chase-Lansdale P. Lindsay, Brooks-Gunn Jeanne, n.d.
Other
In this article, we focus on a specific type of two-generation program: those that intentionally link education, job training, and career-building services for low-income parents simultaneously with early childhood education for their young children…
Sommer Teresa Eckrich, Sabol Terri J., Smith Tara Carter, Dow Steven, Barczak Monica, Chase-Lansdale P. Lindsay, Brooks-Gunn Jeanne, Yoshikawa Hirokazu, King Christopher T., n.d.
Other
In this article, we focus on a specific type of two-generation program: those that intentionally link education, job training, and career-building services for low-income parents simultaneously with early childhood education for their young children…
Perez Gloria, n.d.
Other
This chapter provides an overview of the Jeremiah Program, a two-generation residential program that serves low-income mothers and children. Findings are presented from a Wilder Research study, released in April 2013, that analyzed the program's…
Bicha Reggie, n.d.
Other
This chapter discusses Colorado's two-generation approach of retooling and aligning programs to engage whole families in way that is relevant to the current economy.
King Christopher T., Hernandez Donald J., n.d.
Other
In this chapter, we present a framework with suggested measures and indicators for gauging the success of two-generation strategies emerging under what is now being referred to as "Two-Generation 2.0" (Chase-Lansdale & Brooks-Gunn, 2014). We…