The Community Action Project of Tulsa County (CAP Tulsa) has released a new study on the first year impact of their CareerAdvance® program. NPR Ed‘s Eric Westervelt has been following the program and interviewed authors Chris King of the Ray Marshall Center and Teresa Ekrich Sommer of Northwestern University on April 28, 2017 to discuss their findings. You can read the interview here. You can also read more about our research partnership with CAP Tulsa here.
– Tulsa Illustrates America’s Complexity (written by John Thompson, Huffington Post Contributor’s Platform; May 1, 2017)
– Educating two generations at a time to tackle poverty (written by Erin Karter, Northwestern University’s Northwestern Now; May 9, 2017)
– Early Signs of Benefits for Boosting Parent-Child Education (written by Sarah D. Sparks, Education Week’s Inside School Research Blog; May 12, 2017)
– Northwestern studies new ways to fight poverty (written by BTN.com LiveBIG Staff, Big Ten Network; May 17, 2017)