Two-Generation Approaches to Poverty: A Conversation
February 20, 2015

Greg Duncan, PhD
Distinguished Professor of Education,
Economics, Psychology and Social Behavior
University of California, Irvine

Cybele Raver, PhD
Vice Provost of Research
Professor of Applied Psychology
New York University

A two-generation approach to combat poverty considers policies and programs that simultaneously focus on (a) helping parents in low-income families increase their wage-earning capacity and parenting skills and (b) promoting their young child’s early development.

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