1/31/2012 - Renown Author Suggests Dual Generation Strategies to Combat Poverty

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In the opinion section of the Jan. 26 Christian Science Monitor, author Courtney E. Martin highlighted dual generation programs that have shown early success at helping families break out of the cycle of poverty. Dual generation programs work to increase the skills and educational attainment of parents as well as provide quality education for their children, simultaneously. Martin’s piece listed several successful programs, among them CareerAdvance, a dual generation program that had been designed by the Ray Marshall Center and currently implemented in Tulsa, OK by the Community Action Project of Tulsa County. To read the full article, click here.

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