The Implementation of 24-Month Time-Limit Extensions in W-2
Five-Year Adult and Child Impacts for Eleven Programs
How best to help people move from welfare to work — particularly whether an employment-focused approach or an education-focused approach is more effective — has been a subject of long-standing debate. This report summary, which describes the long-term effects of 11 different mandatory welfare-to-work programs for single parents and their children, takes a major step toward resolving this debate.
Impressions of Community College Access and Retention from Low-Wage Workers
Initial Assessments in the Milwaukee County W-2 Program
Interim Findings from the Self-Sufficiency Project’s Applicant Study
A Look at Early Implementation and Impacts on Student Achievement in Eight Elementary Schools
New Directions in Evaluations of American Welfare-to-Work and Employment Initiatives