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Welfare Reform

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CalWORKs project, six county case study--Alameda, Kern, Los Angeles, Monterey, Shasta, Stanislaus: executive summary 2000 Provides an overview of the key finding and analysis of California's welfare-to-work services, for a two year period. I...
Do mandates matter? The effects of a manate to enter a welfare-to-work program 2000 This report uses data from two welfare-to-work programs in Riverside, CA, and Grand Rapids, MI, to show that requirement...
Final TANF regulations: a preliminary analysis 1999 The final regulations for the TANF (Temporary Assistance for Needy Families) legislation had an effective date of Octobe...
Impact of welfare reform on adult literacy education 1999 The paper is a summary of three papers commissioned in 1998 by the National Center for the Study of Adult Learning and L...
Improving employment and earnings for TANF recipients March 2012 This research brief reviews strategies found effective in increasing employment and earnings among welfare recipients to...
Indicators of welfare dependence; annual report to Congress, 2001 2001 This annual report on indicators and predictors of welfare dependence was published in 2001 but analyzes data from the 1...
Welfare reform: information on former recipients' status 1999 This document reports results of an examination of studies conducted or sponsored by states of families who left the AFD...
Welfare reform: progress in meeting work-focused TANF goals 2001 This document is a transcript of testimony by the General Accounting Office (GAO) 's directory for education, workforce ...
Welfare reform: assessing the effectiveness of various welfare-to-work approaches 1999 This document is a review of the research on effectiveness of various welfare-to work approaches. The major conclusion ...
Welfare to work: considerations for adult and vocational education programs 2000 This digest presents some considerations for developing welfare-to-work programs in the "work -first" context. Reference...
Welfare, jobs and basic skills: the employment prospects of welfare recipients in the most populous U.S. counties 1999 The article evaluates the basic skills and employment prospects of current recipients of Temporary Assistance to Needy F...
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