EC-LINC Resources A-B

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Acs, Gregory P., Pamela Loprest, and Caroline E. Ratcliffe. “Progress toward self-sufficiency for low-wage workers.” The Urban Institute, January (2010). | Synopsis

Adams, Gina. “Child care subsidies and leaving welfare: Policy issues and strategies.” (2006). | Synopsis

Adams, Gina, and Michael Katz. “Balancing quality early education and parents’ workforce success: Insights from the Urban Institute’s assessment of the Massachusetts subsidized child care system.” Urban Institute (2015). | Synopsis

Adams, Gina, and Hannah Matthews. “Confronting the child care eligibility maze.” Tax Policy Center: Urban Institute and Brookings Institution. (2013). | Synopsis

Adams, Gina, and M. Rohacek. “Child care instability: Definitions, context, and policy implications.” In Workshop Session C2, vol. 10, p. 45. 2010. | Synopsis

Adams, Gina, Kathleen Snyder, and Patti Banghart. “Designing subsidy systems to meet the needs of families.” Washington DC: The Urban Institute (2008): 1-72. | Synopsis

Ascend at the Aspen Institute. “Making tomorrow better together: Report of the two-generation outcomes working group.” The Aspen Institute. (2015). | Synopsis

B

Berlin, Gordon L. “Rewarding the work of individuals: A counterintuitive approach to reducing poverty and strengthening families.” The Future of Children (2007): 17-42. | Synopsis

Blank, Rebecca M. “Improving the safety net for single mothers who face serious barriers to work.” The Future of Children (2007): 183-197. | Synopsis