Ascend at the Aspen Institute hosted its first strategy meeting of Washington Metro region two-generation organizations in the backyard of the Aspen Institute on Wednesday, July 16. Two-generation approaches provide opportunities for and meet the needs of low-income children and their parents together. Today, nearly one in five residents in Washington, DC are at or below the poverty line yet the region, which includes bordering suburbs in Maryland and Virgina are all motivated to make change. The two-generation work developed in the Washington Metro region is varied in depth and approach.
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National Head Start Assoication Northern Virginia Community College
Emmalie Dropkin Gregory Bacourt
Ascend at the Aspen Institute The Elizabeth Ministy
Sarah Haight and Anne Mosle Carolyn Graham, Ph.D.