Illinois

Report

Early Implementation Experiences of Employment Retention and Advancement Programs

October, 2003
Jacquelyn Anderson, Karin Martinson

Describing the initial experiences of 15 Employment Retention and Advancement programs in 8 states, this report emphasizes implementation issues and focuses on connections among the agencies and institutions that deliver retention and advancement services to low-income workers and hard-to-employ populations.

Report

Implementation Lessons from the Foundations of Learning Demonstration

December, 2009
Chrishana M. Lloyd, Michael Bangser

Foundations of Learning provided in-class training and support to teachers, and one-on-one clinical services to children, to enhance preschool quality. This report offers lessons regarding program design, management, staffing, and professional development issues that arose during implementation in Newark, NJ.

Report

An Introduction to the Employment Retention and Advancement Project

February, 2002
Dan Bloom, Jacquelyn Anderson, Melissa Wavelet, Karen Gardiner, Michael Fishman

Welfare reform has resulted in millions of low-income parents replacing the receipt of public cash assistance with income from employment. But what strategies will help the new workforce entrants find more stable jobs, advance in the labor market, and achieve long-term self-sufficiency? The Employment Retention and Advancement (ERA) evaluation is a comprehensive effort to explore this urgent public policy question.

Report

Final Report on a Comprehensive Program for Young Mothers in Poverty and Their Children

January, 1997
Janet Quint, Johannes Bos, Denise Polit

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