Will, M. (2016, November 16). New survey details how teachers use their own money to fill in equity gaps.

National report: Getting children out of poverty requires a two-generation approach. Retrieved February 12, 2018, from http://archive.sltrib.com/article.php?id=1816652&itype=CMSID
Children raised in poverty are less likely to graduate from high school or remain consistently employed, leaving them in a life of poverty. That is the finding of the Annie E. Casey Foundation in its “Kids Count” report that emphasis a “two generation approach” to keep children in poverty from becoming adults in poverty. Patrick McCarthy, president of the foundation noted that intergenerational poverty needs a two-generation solution. “For too long, our approach to poverty has focused separately on children and adults, instead of their interrelated needs.” Read more in this article.

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