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This brief describes the origins and work of the state’s Intergeneration Poverty Commission and Intergenerational Poverty Advisory Committee. Voices for Utah’s Children, June 2014.
This tool shares statistics and infographics that share the importance of Temporary Assistance for Needy Families in Washington state and the United States. Washington Budget and Policy Center, April 2015.
This tool shares insights on the importance of restructuring Washington state’s WorkFirst program (WA version of Temporary Assistance for Needy Families) using a two”generation approach to support employment pathways for low-income women. Washington Budget and Policy Center, April 2015.
This tool identifies core qualities that exemplify the best practices in early childhood education programs and workforce programs that seek to put the Latino family, both children and adults, on a path of economic security and full civic engagement in U.S. society. National Council La Raza, July 2015.
This self-assessment tool contains three core qualities that were defined to create a successful two-generation program serving Latino families. National Council La Raza, July 2015.
This report shares two-generation strategies for working with disconnected young parents and their children. National Human Services Assembly, December 2013.