The effect of increases in welfare mothers' education on their young children's academic and behavioral outcomes: Evidence from the National Evaluation of Welfare-to-Work Strategies Child Outcomes Study
A study examining the academic and behavioral outcomes of young children from the increase of maternal education precipitated by welfare-to-work programs, using data from the NEWWS-COS
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