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Lombardi Joan, Mosle Anne, Patel Nisha, Schumacher Rachel, Stedron Jennifer, January, 2014
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An overview of social, health, education, and economic benefits of two-generation programs in populations of low income families
2012-2013 Apsen Institute Ascend Fellows, n.d.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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…
Davis Mekaelia, Patel Nisha, Mosle Anne, n.d.
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This chapter outlines Ascend Network's strategic approach in creating two-generation solutions. Accomplishments to date and future plans are highlighted. Areas discussed include policy, evidence-building, collaboration, and funding mechanisms.