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Governors are responsible for ensuring that state government systems meet the needs of low-income families as effectively and efficiently as possible. Two-generation policy strategies can make a range of human services goals more achievable, including advancing children’s educational success, adult credential attainment and workforce readiness and family economic mobility. State work in this area demonstrates opportunities for redesigning child- and adult-focused services to better serve low-income families as a whole. Parents and Children Thriving Together: The Role of State Agencies in Crafting a Statewide Two-Generation Strategy provides an overview of ways in which states can use two-generation strategies to reform state systems for the benefit of low-income families.