Reducing Intergenerational Poverty (2024)

Reducing Intergenerational Poverty, a new consensus study from the National Academy of Sciences, Board on Children, Youth, and Families examines key drivers of long- term, intergenerational poverty, including: structural factors, disproportionate effect of disadvantage to different racial/ethnic groups, and existing research on effects of interventions such as income assistance on intergenerational poverty.

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ECFC Member Contributions: ECFC members are among the partners supporting this study and the Board on Children, Youth and Families: Foundation for Child Development, W.K. Kellogg Foundation,  Robert Wood Johnson Foundation

Categories: Asset Building, Economic Security, Poverty
Author: National Academy of Sciences
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