Margins to Mainstream: Community Foundations Advancing Family Economic Success
Report serves as a framework for community foundation leaders and partners attending the Margins to Mainstream: Community Foundations Advancing Economic Success Peer-Exchange Workshop.
Rural Family Economic Success: A Community Action Idea book
Guidebook is intended to promote Rural Family Economic Success (RuFES) model for helping community development practitioners and policymakers consider ways in which low-income working families can improve their livelihood.
Comments of Mil Duncan, REPP: Panelist for RSS Session: “Rural America, Rural Women, and Public Policy.”
Remarks by Mil Duncan on RSS Session "Rural America, Rural Women, and Public Policy."
Investing in People: Reinventing Education
Paper provides overview of issues facing education in the context of an increasingly globalized economy.
Treading Water: The Stagnation Of Family Income Since 1973
Report shows wage stagnation among working-class families from 1973-1993.
Problems Surrounding Health Care Service Utilization for Mixtec Migrant Farmworker Families in Madera, California
Report examines barriers to adequate health care for migrant farmworker families from rural, indigenous Mexico.
Piney Road: Work, Education, and The Re-Making of the Southern Family
Paper aims to use case study of several families in the Piney Road community of Georgia to highlight situational aspects of poverty, education, family, and work in the Rural South.
Estimating Child Care Needs in Oregon
Report calls for improvements in Oregon's child care system, that being care of a child by a non-relative (family child care, full/part-day centers/after school activities/recreation programs).
Demographic and Socioeconomic Changes in Rural Youth
Document examines trends affecting children's well-being, including indicators of economic well-being, physical health, academic achievement, and social behavior.
Family and Household Structure and Change in Rural America
Paper explores changing family structures in Rural America.
Elderly Rural Americans
Document provides implications of a large and growing elderly population in Rural America, specifically.
Limited Access: Health Care for the Rural Poor
Researchers argue for along term restructuring of the health insurance system and a policy to insure that health care services are widely available if needed.