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Innovations in Early Childhood: An Ascend Forum Overview

Ascend at the Aspen Institute overview of Aspen Forum on Innovations in Early Childhood. December 2013.

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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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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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Paths to Advancement for Single Parents

By Cynthia Miller, Victoria Deitch, Aaron Hill. The Employment Retention and Advancement Project. MDRC. November 2010.

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Literature Review: Career Pathways Program

Implementation, Systems and Outcome Evaluation of the Health Profession Opportunity Grants to Serve TANF Recipients and Other Low-income Individuals. Health Professions Opportunities Grants Literature Review. June 2013

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At What Cost? How Student Debt Reduces Lifetime Wealth

By Robert Hiltonsmith. DEMOS. Augst 2013.

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Welfare Reform and the Need for a Two-Generational Approach: A Wisconsin Perspective

By Karen Bogenchneider. Wisconsin Family Impact Seminars. 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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Accelerate: CAP Tulsa and Ideo.org

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

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Voices for Two-Generation Success: Seeking Stable Futures

Findings from 10 focus groups with low and moderate income mothers, and teenage boys and girls.

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Opening Life Opportunities with Two-Generation Education

By Jessica Tobacman. Spring 2013.

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2012 Ascend Fellows Brochure

Profiles of the inaugural Ascend Fellows class of leaders within the the inaugural class of the Aspen Institute’s Ascend Fellowship furthering two-generation work with breakthrough ideas and leadership.

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Toward A Two-Generation Strategy: Voices of American Families

Ascend Commissions Bipartisan Lake Research Partners and American Viewpoint Focus Groups. December 2011.

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Reclaiming The American Dream: Community Colleges and the Nation’s Future

American Association of Community Colleges. April 2012.

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IWPR Fact Sheet: Single Student Parents Face Financial Difficulties

Institute for Women's Policy Research. April 2012.

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Low-Income Single Mothers at Community College: Recommendations for Practices to Improve Completion

Prepared by Matthew Graham and Meegan Dugan Bassett. Women Employed. 2012.

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Planning the Housing Opportunity and Services Together Demonstration: Challenges and Lessons Learned

By Susan J. Popkin, Molly M. Scott, Joe Parilla, Elsa Falkenburger, Marla McDaniel, and Shinwon Kyung. Urban Institute. February 2012.

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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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Two Generations, One Future

An Ascend at the Aspen Institute Report: Moving Parents and Children Beyond Poverty Together. January 2012.

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Persistent Non-Workers Among the Long-Term Unemployed

By Toby Herr and Suzanne L. Wagner. Project Match. December 2011.

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