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A whole family approach is built on the premise that conditions that affect the family will have an impact on child development as will the direct experiences of the child. Whole family approaches provide a framework for looking at problems and creating more sustainable solutions – solutions that recognize that what is good for the…

The demographics of families in poverty around the globe may be diverse, but parents’ dreams for their children are similar everywhere: good health, a good education, economic stability, and a better future. May 2016.

This report from the Two-Generation Outcomes Working Group is designed to set a foundation for how practitioners and policymakers consider the intended outcomes of two-generation programs and the pathways to achieve those outcomes. March 2016

Fact sheet about student parents. Institute for Women’s Policy Research, November 2014.

A brief on two-generation approaches from the Ascend Network in postsecondary education. Ascend at the Aspen Institute February 2016.

This brief synthesizes insights to provide guidance for practitioners on what it takes to implement an effective and truly integrated two-generation model.