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San Antonio Schools Help Children and Their Parents Succeed: Additional Resources

Real Connections
Read more about the initiative in San Antonio, Texas and access additional data about the two-generation strategy—kids and their parents—to help reduce poverty and promote success for the whole family.

Issue Brief: Reduce Poverty and Promote Opportunity
More than 37 million people in the United States, including 13.3 million children, currently live below the official poverty level. This issue brief outlines specific federal policy recommendations for reducing poverty and promoting opportunity.

Closing the Achievement Gap Series 
Closing the Achievement Gap is a series of stories, results, and lessons gleaned from the Casey’s Foundation’s investments in education and school readiness.

KIDS COUNT Data - Economic Well-being
Find out how kids are faring across the United States on indicators of economic well-being including employment and income, housing, and poverty in the KIDS COUNT Data Center. Create your own customized maps, graphs, and charts.

Connecting People to Jobs: Neighborhood Workforce Pipelines
Learn about the Casey Foundation’s efforts to connect people living in some of the poorest U.S. neighborhoods to family-wage jobs.

Casey's Knowledge Center
Find publications and resources related to economic security, education, and other topics in the Knowledge Center.
Online tools, data, and policy strategies that achieve results for kids and families and help ensure that children have what they need to succeed in school.

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