How different are welfare and working families? And do these differences matter for children's achievement?
|Resource Type:||Reports & Papers|
|Author(s):||Duncan, Greg J.; Dunifon, Rachel E.; Doran, Morgan Ward; Yeung, Jean;|
|Publisher(s):||Russell Sage Foundation|
|Description:||A nationally representative, longitudinal study comparing welfare-receiving families to working families to determine if the differences have an impact on children's well-being|
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|Editor(s):||Duncan, Greg J.; Chase-Lansdale, P. Lindsay|
|Funder(s):||National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (U.S.)|
|Source:||In For better and for worse: Welfare reform and the well-being of children and families (pp. 103-131). New York: Russell Sage Foundation.|
Children & Child Development
Child Development & School Readiness
Parents & Families
Policies > Economic & Social Policies
|ISBN:||0-87154-245-5 : Unspecified|
|For better and for worse: Welfare reform and the well-being of children and families||Other|
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