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Two generations. One future: An anthology from the Ascend Fellowship

Resource Type: Other
Author(s): 2012-2013 Apsen Institute Ascend Fellows;
Date Issued: [n.d]
Publisher(s): Aspen Institute
Description: This anthology provides compelling illustrations of innovative approaches to two-generation strategies, ranging from the policy initiatives, programs, and practices to research and emerging evidence. The volume's contributors come from a variety of backgrounds and experiences. Most are members of the inaugural class of Aspen Institute Ascend Fellows and were identified because of their pioneering work with two-generation approaches and perspectives. Some are policy makers and program leaders. Others are experienced researchers from different academic disciplines. Still others have experience in the philanthropic sector. Ascend staff members have also contributed. The intended audience for the essays in this volume is policy makers and practitioners. The essays are meant to inform and encourage those interested in addressing multigenerational poverty to consider more holistic, family-centered approaches. (author abstract)

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