Texas Fragile Families Bootstrap Evaluation - Deanna Schexnayder

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Texas Fragile Families Bootstrap Evaluation
Principal Investigator: Deanna Schexnayder
Sponsor: U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
Research Partners:

Texas Office of the Attorney General, Center for Public Policy Priorities

Project Duration: January 2002 - September 2004
Description: This project will evaluate the impact of enhanced services offered to selected Texas Fragile Families local sites on the following measures: consistent payment of child support, employment rates and earnings for non-custodial parents, and the use of TANF by custodial parents. Local sites offering the services to be evaluated include Austin, Laredo, San Angelo, and Baylor/Houston.
Reports Available:

Factors Affecting Participation in Programs For Young Low-Income Fathers: Findings from the Texas Bootstrap Project, by Sarah Looney and Deanna Schexnayder. Austin, TX: Ray Marshall Center for the Study of Human Resources, The University of Texas at Austin, April 2004.

Impacts of Workforce Services for Young, Low-Income Fathers: Findings from the Texas Bootstrap Project, by Daniel Schroeder, Sarah Looney and Deanna Schexnayder. Austin, TX: Ray Marshall Center for the Study of Human Resources, The University of Texas at Austin, October 2004.

 
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