Download the 2020 Census Poster, which includes Community Action and Census Counts branding. Add your own logo, too!
2020 Census button designs with Community Action branding. Spanish and English included.
Holiday season is the perfect opportunity to talk to your family and friends about the upcoming Census. The #AAPI2020 Census partnership has released a toolkit with talking points, social media templates, and messaging tips designed to engage Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander communities.
This module is designed to support a local Community Action Agency in implementing a full cycle of the Results Oriented Management and Accountability process. It is intended to apply basic principles of a results orientation, identify key elements of success, and discuss the roles of staff and board in assuring agency-wide understanding of ROMA.
We have compiled a list of resources below on this issue to assist agencies in crafting their own public comments, These resources includes: Public Comments from National Partners, Guidance from the National Partners, Materials from National Anti-Poverty Advocates, and News Articles and Media Coverage about the proposed changes.
Ascend at the Aspen Institute is the national hub for breakthrough ideas and collaborations that move children and the adults in their lives to educational success, economic security, and health and well-being. Practical State Solutions profiles effective solutions from Ascend partners throughout the United States and the work driven by leaders in Colorado, Connecticut, Florida, Georgia, Maryland,Minnesota, Tennessee, and Utah. It contains recommendations on processes that lead to better outcomes for families, lessons learned on engaging and bringing families to the table as empowered experts, and information on how to move to the next level whether you are starting your 2Gen journey or working to go deeper
The Minnesota 2-Generation Policy Network is a collaborative of state agencies, counties local organizations, and tribal nations in Minnesota, designed to advance two-generation approaches to policies and practices that improve outcomes for children and parents together. From a two-year period of this inter-agency and cross-sector effort, the network established a set of guiding principles–define the “how” of two-generation work. This tool intends to surface strengths and opportunities for moving these principles into practice for those who create policy or manage programs that affect families.The principles are equally important and interrelated; as you go through the tool, you may find that practices in one principle rely on practices in another. They are presented in no particular order.
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