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American Indian and Alaska Native Children in the 2000 Census

April 1, 2002

This report utilizes census data to examine how the American Indian population is changing — and growing. It is part of a series of papers on the…

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End Games: The Challenge of Sustainability

April 1, 2002

This report explores how funders and grantees think about sustainability, and how to best support and prepare promising projects for post-grant sustainability. 

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AdvoCasey: Spring 2002

March 21, 2002

This issue of AdvoCasey starts with an article examining the academic transformation of schools in Houston, then delivers a story on Chicago’s Child-Parent Centers before moving to…

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Repealing the Hidden Tax

March 21, 2002

This article, which originally appeared in the spring 2002 issue of AdvoCasey, tells how a nonprofit in Tulsa, Okla., is helping working poor families avoid…

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On the Road

March 5, 2002

This report explores seven of the more promising car ownership programs across the United States designed to help improve mobility and job access for the…

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Providing the Missing Link

March 2, 2002

This report presents a model for implementing a neighborhood-focused workforce development strategy. 

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Safety First: Dealing with the Daily Challenges of Child Welfare

March 1, 2002

This manual discusses tools, skills, issues and dilemmas related to safety for child welfare professionals who work with families in their homes and neighborhoods.

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Learning from the Journey

February 24, 2002

This paper is intended to reflect  and capture the lessons learned in the Annie E. Casey Foundation’s Rebuilding Communities Initiative, a seven-year initiative launched in 1994 to…

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Making Fathers Count

February 20, 2002

This report lays out the chronological history of the responsible fatherhood movement, its accomplishments and the challenges it faces in policy, research and funding moving forward. 

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