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A two-generation learning program educates and empowers parents and children: An assessment of Families Forward Learning Center in Pasadena, California


FFLC sought help from RAND Corporation researchers to understand the effects of the program on participants after leaving the program. Specifically, the research team conducted a mixed-methods assessment to assess • how mothers perceive the program’s benefits after they complete FFLC • how the program affects children’s educational outcomes. This research brief summarizes some of the key findings of the study and several insights that should be of interest to other providers and stakeholders committed to improving or interested in two-generation early learning programs. (author abstract)

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United States

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