This brief describes a continuum of research and evaluation that could help program leaders and staff create more robust programs offering coordinated services to low-income parents and their children.
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Using Research and Evaluation to Support Programs that Promote Parents' Economic Security and Children's Well-BeingJan 31, 2018
Exploration of Integrated Approaches to Supporting Child Development and Improving Family Economic SecurityNov 30, 2017
This report provides policymakers and program administrators with information to better understand programs designed to help families achieve economic security and support children’s development.
Conceptual Frameworks for Intentional Approaches to Improving Economic Security and Child Well-BeingNov 01, 2017
This brief describes two conceptual frameworks that have the potential to expand our understanding of programs that aim to meet the needs of low-income parents and children through intentionally combined activities and approaches.
Features of Programs Designed to Help Families Achieve Economic Security and Promote Child Well-BeingSep 30, 2017
Families on limited incomes face significant challenges navigating both low-wage employment or education and training programs and also finding good-quality child care.