A few good studies and links we have shared on CAHS´Facebook page during the month, plus some background studies on two-generation strategies. Make sure to " like" us there to get the latest updates!
- On two-generation strategies, the Annie E. Casey foundation has published an excellent overview - download it here.
- Our Kids Count Data Book had a great essay, written by our Policy Analyst Liz Fraser, on how two-generation programs can make a difference in Connecticut. You can download it here.
- Two looks at the state budget: lawmakers looking where to cut, including contracts and municipal aid.
- America´s insidious eviction program: a look at the housing crisis, in a harrowing new book.
- Wage inequality keeps rising - and workers at the top keep reaping almost all the benefits of economic growth.
- Why aren´t remedial college classes taught by the best teachers? A great overview at the Atlantic.
- Report: paid family leave would cost .5% of all workers wages. A great overview of the paid family leave bill, at the Courant.
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