Brief The Costs of Coordinating Two-Generation Programs: Appendixes
Amanda Gold, Peace Gwam, Theresa Anderson, Marcus Gaddy
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These appendixes describe how we used data collected in a time-use survey to estimate the staff labor costs reported in The Costs of Coordinating Two-Generation Programs: Estimating Labor Costs of Family Services and Cross-Generation Coordination for Two-Generation Partnerships in Buffalo, Columbus, and San Antonio. In addition to a detailed study methodology, we also include definitions of the cost categories included in the report, broken out by each of the three communities. We also include six months of data for Buffalo, because we only present three-month estimates in the main report to facilitate easier comparisons with the other communities (who only have three months of costs).

Research Areas Education Neighborhoods, cities, and metros Families
Tags Beyond high school: education and training Neighborhoods and youth development Community data use
Policy Centers Center on Labor, Human Services, and Population Metropolitan Housing and Communities Policy Center
Research Methods Community-engaged methods
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