Twenty Years at Hull House [with Biographical Introduction]

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Of the nearly 80 federal means-tested aid programs, only AFDC was significantly reformed in the ’90s; none has been touched since. They also supervise and facilitate communication between the children and the parent who does not live with them. Whether your interest is in service delivery or scholarly research, you will design your own advanced education aimed at pursuing your own intellectual interests. And for those already in the system, workfare programs provide skills training, job-readiness preparation, and employment-search services that help connect recipients to jobs, speeding the transition from welfare to work.

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