New Jersey

Brief

Preliminary Implementation Findings from the SaveUSA Evaluation

April, 2013

SaveUSA, a pilot program in New York City, Newark, San Antonio, and Tulsa, offers a matched savings account to low-income tax filers, building on the opportunity presented by tax-time refunds, especially the Earned Income Tax Credit. This 12-page brief offers early implementation findings.

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Final Impact and Implementation Findings from the Foundations of Learning Demonstration in Newark and Chicago

January, 2013
Pamela Morris, Chrishana M. Lloyd, Megan Millenky, Nicole Leacock, Cybele Raver, Michael Bangser

Intensive professional development and in-class support for preschool teachers produced more positive teacher-student interactions, more effective management of challenging behaviors, less problem behavior, higher engagement in learning, and more instruction time. However, there was no clear effect on short-term academic achievement, and the long-term effects on children remain uncertain.

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Thirty-Month Findings from the Evaluation of the Center for Employment Training Replication Sites

June, 2003
Cynthia Miller, Johannes Bos, Kristin Porter, Fannie M. Tseng, Fred Doolittle, Deana Goldsmith, Mary P. Vencill

Efforts to replicate the experience of the Center for Employment Training in San Jose, California — a uniquely successful program that helped at-risk youth develop skills needed to compete in today’s labor market — showed mixed results.

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A Framework for Monitoring Outcomes for Residents and Housing Markets in Camden and the South Jersey Region

April, 2009
David Seith, Zawadi Rucks

This paper offers a framework for tracking the extent to which demographic, labor, and housing market conditions are moving in or out of alignment with a range of goals for redevelopment in Camden, New Jersey.

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January, 2000
Eileen Hayes

Developed as part of MDRC’s Parents’ Fair Share Demonstration, the Responsible Fatherhood Curriculum is intended to help fathers more effectively fulfill their roles as parents, partners, and workers.

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