This policy brief, developed by the Urban Institute for the federal Administration for Children and Families, describes how strategies have helped welfare recipients enter employment and increase their earnings. However, more remains to be learned about how best to substantially increase their self-sufficiency and financial well-being.
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- Replicating Home Visiting Programs With Fidelity: Baseline Data and Preliminary Findings
- Community College Students With Learning Disabilities: Evidence of Impairment, Possible Misclassification, and a Documentation Disconnect
- Contextualizing the ‘Behavior Gap’: Student Prosocial Behavior and Racial Composition in Urban Middle Schools
- Social theory and trauma
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