This report shares field-tested lessons on developing, adopting and refining integrated data systems to enhance two-generation work. Readers will learn how organizations can strengthen their data-collection capacity and, ultimately, improve their ability to serve children and parents at the same time. 

This report is part of a series that explores the common challenges organizations face when addressing the needs of children and parents at the same time.

May 14, 2018

Advancing Two-Generation Approaches

In This Report, You’ll Learn

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    How an integrated data system can benefit two-generation initiatives.

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    What factors organizations should consider when seeking to integrate data.

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    The important role that data experts can play in guiding data integration efforts.

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    What tool many sites use to help identify measureable outcomes for the families they serve.

Key Takeaway

Sites who’ve been-there, done-that share their lessons learned

Five sites across the country set out to build and adopt integrated data systems to help inform their two-generation work. Their stories, while unique, contain a similar refrain — one that describes the quest to integrate data as challenging, ever-evolving and well worth it.

Findings & Stats

Statements & Quotations