A 2Gen Approach in Wisconsin: A State Case Study for Systems Leaders & Policymakers

Wisconsin’s 2Gen approach to date has brought its most significant systemic barriers into clear sight. The story also illuminates the systems change strategies that have emerged as the most significant and essential to moving this work to the next level. Throughout this case study, state leaders and partners reflect on indicators of progress and on strategies for the long game of transformational systems change to make it possible for 2Gen approaches to take hold and spread across the state.

By looking to the places where there is an enduring commitment to this transformational work, other states and communities can learn from and build on these efforts, catalyzing change and accelerating momentum. Our hope is that readers will benefit from learning about and immersing themselves in real-world stories of how this work unfolds in diverse places. This kind of exploration enables readers to understand the importance and potential impact of 2Gen approaches and of the associated systems change work involved in creating the conditions for these efforts to succeed and proliferate.

Suggested Reference: Suggested Reference: Mosle, A., Sims, M., & Haight, S. (2024). A 2Gen Approach in Wisconsin: A State Case Study for Systems Leaders & Policymakers. Washington, DC.