Tuesday, April 7, 2015
11:45 am – 1:30 pm
The Aspen Institute
One Dupont Circle, NW • Suite 700 • Washington, DC
Lunch will be served by Fresh Start Catering of D.C. Central Kitchen.
Livestream link: as.pn/aspen
Join Steve Clemons, the Atlantic (moderator), Anne Mosle, the Aspen Institute, and inaugural Ascend Fellows, including editors Christopher King, PhD, Lindsay Chase-Lansdale, PhD, and Mario Small, PhD, in a discussion on moving children, parents, and their families toward educational success and economic security.
The Anthology includes essays from leading thinkers, practitioners, policy leaders, and researchers, capturing the momentum, challenges, and opportunities for two-generation approaches from local communities to national government.
The discussion will highlight:
1) Promising Models and Policy Opportunities – Exploration of promising practices and how emerging practices influence two-generation policies at the local, state and federal levels.
2) Points of View – Insights, challenges, and lessons from researchers doing leading-edge evaluations of two-generation approaches around the country.
3) Audience Discussion – A Q&A session with the audience on building the two-generation field and influencing public, private, and philanthropic partnerships for better outcomes for children, parents, and their families.