Does the 2-Generation Approach Work?

We know that kids’ success in life is closely tied to their parents’ ability to overcome their own obstacles. So many organizations are working to identify effective ways to address — at the same time — the challenges facing both parents and their children. That can mean giving parents opportunities to improve their family finances and train for a new or better job, and at the same time providing their children with high-quality pre-school services and convenient health care.

This 2-generation approach has been studied since its introduction and there are several case studies that say: Yes, it does work.

The 2-generation approach does tackle a lot of issues the whole family faces at one time, building up the family unit together.  What are your experiences with the 2-generation approach?  Let us know!

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