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Understanding program participation: Findings from the Colorado Works evaluation

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Individual Author: 
Mueller, Mike
Barden, Bret
Elkin, Sam
Farrell, Mary
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Place Published: 
Colorado
Published Date: 
12/04/2007
Published Date (Date): 
Tuesday, December 4, 2007
Year: 
2007
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Abstract: 

This report examines three related topics affecting participation and engagement in the Colorado Works program. They are: (1) Work participation activities and strategies; (2) Diversion policies among Colorado’s counties; and (3) Sanctioning practices observed in Colorado. The report’s findings are based primarily on three data sources: phone interviews conducted with 19 county Colorado Works directors during the spring and summer of 2007; program data from the Colorado Benefits Management System (CBMS) and from the Child Care Automated Tracking System (CHATS); and unemployment insurance (UI) wage records on employment and earnings. (Edited author executive summary)

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