Performance Improvement 2003. Use of Evaluation Results


The most cost-effective, program utilized a mixed approach, blending employment search and education or training. The challenge of the future is to identify other types of programs or initiatives that could provide welfare recipients with better and more stable jobs, increase their income, and improve the well- being of their children.

AGENCY SPONSOR: Office of the Assistant Secretary for Planning and Evaluation; Administration for Children and Families; US Department of Education

FEDERAL CONTACT: Audrey Mirsky-Ashby, 202-401-6640 PIC ID: 7089.7

PERFORMER: Manpower Demonstration Research Corporation

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