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Between 2000 and 2003, the Employment Retention and Advancement (ERA) project identified and implemented a…

A large fraction of the U.S. workforce earns wages that cannot lift a family above the poverty line, and…

This report presents results from an evaluation of the Achieve program in Cleveland. Run by the organization…

Welfare reform has dramatically increased the need for effective strategies to help low-income parents work more…

ERA sites, like many programs across the country, face major challenges designing and implementing employment...
 

This report assesses the implementation and early effects of two programs in Eugene and Medford, Oregon, that…

Despite advances in the development of programs to help welfare recipients find jobs, a significant portion of…

This report assesses the implementation and two-year impacts of two education and training initiatives…

The federal welfare overhaul of 1996 ushered in myriad policy changes aimed at getting low-income parents off public..

Although much is known about how to help welfare applicants and recipients find jobs, little is known about how…