4/23/14 - Dr. Chris King Discusses the Tulsa CareerAdvance Project on NPR

This morning, Dr. King appeared on the Morning Edition radio show on NPR to discuss the benefits of the CareerAdvance® Program, a two-generation approach to simultaneously helping their parents and their children achieve success in Tulsa, OK.  The program is spearheaded by the Tulsa Community Action Project of Tulsa.  The broadcast also features comments by CAP-Tulsa director Steven Dow.  Dr. King and Mr. Dow are both inaugural fellows in the Aspen Institute's Ascend Program that serves as a hub for information about 2-generation strategies.  You can listen to the broadcast, or you can download the transcript from the website.

NPR's Eric Westervelt's follow-up on Saturday 4/26/14 was the headline story on All Things Considered.  You can listen to the broadcast, or you can download the transcript from the website.

Ascend at The Aspen Institute was featured in the The Washington Post on 5/7/14 in an article detailing their two-generation approach.  You can read the article here.

 

 
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