Welfare-Reliant Women’s Post-TANF Views of Work-Family Trade-offs and Marriage
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.
The Implementation of 24-Month Time-Limit Extensions in W-2
Situating Child Care and Child Care Subsidy Use in the Daily Routines of Lower-Income Families
Interim Findings from the Self-Sufficiency Project’s Applicant Study
Final Lessons from Parents’ Fair Share
Fathers provide important financial and emotional support to their children. Yet low-income noncustodial fathers, with low wages and high rates of joblessness, often do not fulfill their parenting roles. The child support system has not traditionally helped these men to do so, since its focus has been on securing financial support from fathers who can afford to pay.
Learning from the Jobs-Plus Demonstration
Impressions of Community College Access and Retention from Low-Wage Workers