Goliath comes in many forms~
It is time to stop the devastation to innocent families which is occurring daily across the country.
My Family Rights Affiliation


Wednesday, May 7, 2014

According to Experts: A Strong Family is a Two-Generation Mechanism

NEWLY RELEASED!What a concept!!
According to this HIGH Powered Expert Study, "Two-Generation Mechanisms" is possibly a new "phrase" and Spring publication for basically helping the family "together" instead of "individually".
Yipes I say, recognizing the Family as a unit, instead of taking sides, one might say. children vs family.
Could this be a glimmer of Family Rights???. In the eyes of the Alleged Experts.

Perhaps in Line with this Publication, help Celebrate National Family Month. Appropriately scheduled between Mother's Day and Father's Day.
>>>>>>>>>>>>GREAT TIMING YES?<<<<<<<<<<<<

Granpa Chuck
GPC Publications

Future of Children: Helping Parents, Helping Children: Two-Generation Mechanisms
Volume 24    Issue 1

Parents and the home environment they create exert a powerful influence on children, beginning before they are born and continuing throughout childhood. Because the home environment is so important for children’s development, many people think that “two-generation” programs, which serve disadvantaged parents and children simultaneously with high-quality interventions, can be more effective (and perhaps more efficient) than programs that serve them individually. 

This issue of Future of Children assesses past and current two-generation programs, but it goes much further than that. The editors identified six widely acknowledged mechanisms or pathways through which parents, and the home environment they create, are thought to influence children’s development: stress, education, health, income, employment, and assets. 

Understanding how these mechanisms of development work—and when, where, and how they harm or help—should aid us in designing interventions that boost children’s intellectual and socioemotional development, strengthen families, and help close academic gaps between students from poor and more affluent families.

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Volume 24 Number 1 Spring 2014


Introduction: Two-Generation Mechanisms of Child Development
Ron Haskins, Irwin Garfinkel and Sara McLanahan

Two-Generation Programs in the Twenty-First Century
P. Lindsay Chase-Lansdale and Jeanne Brooks-Gunn

Stress and Child Development
Ross A. Thompson

Intergenerational Payoffs of Education
Neeraj Kaushal

Two-Generation Programs and Health
Sherry Glied and Don Oellerich

Boosting Family Income to Promote Child Development
Greg J. Duncan, Katherine A. Magnuson and Elizabeth Votruba-Drzal

Parents' Employment and Children's Wellbeing
Carolyn J. Heinrich

Family Assets and Child Outcomes: Evidence and Directions

Michal Grinstein-Weiss, Trina R. Williams Shanks and Sondra Beverly


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