Two-Generation Programs in the Twenty-First Century

@article{ChaseLansdale2015TwoGenerationPI,
  title={Two-Generation Programs in the Twenty-First Century},
  author={P. Lindsay Chase‐Lansdale and Jeanne Brooks-Gunn},
  journal={The Future of Children},
  year={2015},
  volume={24},
  pages={13 - 39}
}
Most of the authors in this issue of Future of Children focus on a single strategy for helping both adults and children that could become a component of two-generation programs. Lindsay Chase-Lansdale and Jeanne Brooks-Gunn, on the other hand, look at actual programs with an explicit two-generation focus that have been tried in the past or are currently under way. These explicitly two-generation programs have sought to build human capital across generations by combining education or job… 

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