Wisconsin Family Impact Seminar #14

Cosponsored by the Early Childhood Excellence in Education Evaluation Project

Helping Poor Kids Succeed: Welfare, Tax and Early Intervention Policies

January 20, 2000

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Featured Speakers

Tom Corbett, Associate Director of the Institute for Research on Poverty, University of Wisconsin-Madison
From Income Support to Child and Family Support: Some Rather Surprising Consequences of National Welfare Reform

John Karl Scholz, Professor of Economics, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Former Assistant Secretary for Tax Policy, US Department of Treasury
Not Perfect, But Still Pretty Good: How the Earned Income Tax Credit Supports Low-Income Working Families

Craig Ramey, Professor and Director of the Civitan International Research Center, University of Alabama at Birmingham
Helping Children Get Started Right: The Benefits of Early Childhood Interventions

Additional Chapters/Materials

Selected Resources, by Jessica Mills