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Two-generation programs in the twenty-first century
Chase-Lansdale, P. Lindsay, Spring 2014
The Future of Children, 24(1), 13-39

This article integrates theories from developmental science, economics, and education to evaluate the assumptions that underlie two-generation programs, to outline possible mechanisms through which these programs affect children, to synthesize and critique what has been tried to date, and to describe emerging programs across the nation. Our bottom line: The jury is out and will be for some time regarding whether new human capital two-generation programs can be successfully implemented, as pilot programs or at scale. (author abstract)

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