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A Two Generation Strategy: Healthy Parents and Healthy Kids

Voices for Utah Children's fourth brief in their series focused on two-generation strategies to reduce poverty.

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Attendance and the Early Grades: A Two Generation Issue

Voices for Utah Children's third issue in a series of briefs focused on two-generation strategies to reduce poverty.

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The Affordable Care Act: Affording Two-Generation Approaches to Health

New report analyzing how the Affordable Care Act can improve families' health and economic stability. September 2014.

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Top Ten for 2Gen: Policy Ideas and Principles to Advance Two-Generation Efforts

Six principles and ten specific policies policymakers can use now to guide the design and use of two-generation approaches. October 2014.

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A Two-Generation Approach to Ending Poverty in Utah

Voices for Utah Children's first in a series of issue briefs focused on two-generation strategies to reduce poverty. June 2014.

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A Two-Generation Strategy: Right from the Start

Voices for Utah Children's second issue in a series of briefs focused on two-generation strategies to reduce poverty.

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Accelerate: CAP Tulsa and Ideo.org

A Human-Centered Design Project Focused on CAP Tulsa's Two-Generation Approach. 2013

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Analyzing Social Capital In Context

By Nora Dudwick, Kathleen Kuehnast, Veronica Nyhan Jones, and Michael Woolcock. World Bank Institute. 2006.

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Aspen Institute Ascend Network Brochure

Introducing the Aspen Institute Ascend Network. April 2014.

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At What Cost? How Student Debt Reduces Lifetime Wealth

By Robert Hiltonsmith. DEMOS. Augst 2013.

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CareerAdvance Implementation Report

By Robert W. Glover, Christopher T. King, Tara C. Smith, and Rheagan Coffey. Ray Marshall Center, University of Texas-Austin. August 2010.

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Center on Budget and Policy Priorities: July 2013 Economics Brief

Various Supports for Low-Income Families Reduce Poverty and Have Long-Term Positive Effects On Families and Children. By Arloc Sherman, Danilo Trisi, and Sharon Parrott. July 2013.

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Design Thinking For Social Innovation

By Tim Brown and Jocelyn Wyatt. Stanford Social Innovation Review. Winter 2010.

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Early Childhood Programs: Adding a Two-Generation Perspective

By Jean I. Layzer and Robert G. St.Pierre. Abt Associates. May 1996.

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Emerging Opportunities for Addressing Maternal Depression Under Medicaid

By Embry Howell, Olivia Golden, and William Beardslee. Urban Institute. March 2013.

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Expanding The CareerAdvance Model in Tulsa, Oklahoma

By Robert W. Glover, Christopher T. King, and Tara C. Smith. Ray Marshall Center, University of Texas-Austin. January 2012.

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Five Ways that Pay Along the Way to a B.A.

By Anthony P. Carnevale, Tamara Jayasundera, Andrew R. Hanson. Georgetown University Public Policy Institute. September 2012.

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Gateways to Two Generations

Ascend at the Aspen Institute publication on the potential for early childhood programs and partnerships to support children and their parents together. January 2014.

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Harvard Kennedy School Social Capital Toolkit

Published by the Saguaro Seminar. By Thomas H. Sander and Kathleen Lowney. October 2006.

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Improving Access to Public Benefits: Helping Eligible Individuals and Families Get the Income Suppor

By Shelly Waters Boots. Ford Foundation, Open Society Foundations, and Annie E. Casey Foundation. April 2010

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