• Capital Area Education and Career Partnership School-to-Career Grant: An Assessment of Early Accomplishments, Constraints and Prospects 

      O'Shea, Daniel P.; King, Christopher T. (Ray Marshall Center for the Study of Human Resources, 2000-03)
      This report presents results of an evaluation of activities and services delivered under the School-to-Work Opportunities Act of 1994 by the Capital Area Education and Careers Partnership. The evaluation results are ...
    • CareerAdvance® HPOG II Transition and Expansion 

      King, Christopher T.; Juniper, Cynthia; Anderson, Amy (2017-01)
      In collaboration with a multi-disciplinary team of partners, the Ray Marshall Center (RMC) is developing and implementing a sectoral workforce development strategy for low-skilled, low-income parents of children served by ...
    • CareerAdvance® Implementation Report 

      Glover, Robert W.; Smith, Tara Carter; King, Christopher T.; Coffey, Rheagan D. (2010-08)
      The report evaluates the first year implementation of CareerAdvance®, a pilot program conducted by the Community Action Project (CAP) of Tulsa County aimed at providing low-income parents of children enrolled in early ...
    • CareerAdvance® Implementation Study Findings through FY 2017 

      Juniper, Cynthia; King, Christopher T.; Anderson, Amy (2018-01)
      In collaboration with a multi-disciplinary team of partners, the Ray Marshall Center (RMC) is developing and implementing a sectoral workforce development strategy for low-skilled, low-income parents of children served by ...
    • CareerAdvance® Implementation Study Findings through FY 2018 

      Juniper, Cynthia; King, Christopher T.; Anderson, Amy (Ray Marshall Center for the Study of Human Resources, 2019-01)
      This report examines the implementation of the third year of HPOG II services in a five-year grant cycle, including post-HPOG sustainability planning for CareerAdvance®. This report focuses on how and why the program has ...
    • CareerAdvance® Implementation Study Findings through FY 2019 

      Juniper, Cynthia; King, Christopher T. (2020-02)
      In collaboration with a multi-disciplinary team of partners, the Ray Marshall Center (RMC) is developing and implementing a sectoral workforce development strategy for low-skilled, low-income parents of children served by ...
    • CareerAdvance® Implementation Study Findings through FY 2020: The impact of COVID-19 on service delivery 

      Juniper, Cynthia; King, Christopher T. (Ray Marshall Center for the Study of Human Resources, The University of Texas at Austin, 2021-02)
      RMC and its partners have undertaken a dual-generation approach to poverty reduction that strengthens the investment in early childhood development by equipping Head Start parents with workforce training and gainful ...
    • CareerAdvance® Implementation Study Findings Through July 2013 

      Smith, Tara Carter; King, Christopher T.; Christensen, Kristin; Chen, Xueshu (2013-12)
      This report examines fundamental changes in the CareerAdvance® program that directly relate to the experience and progress of participants through July 2013 (the end of the fourth program year) and the recruitment of Cohort ...
    • CareerAdvance® Implementation Study Findings Through July 2014 

      Smith, Tara Carter; Christensen, Kristin; King, Christopher T. (2014-10)
      This report examines changes in the CareerAdvance® program that directly relate to the experience and progress of participants through July 2014—the end of the fifth program year— and the recruitment of Cohort 10 in spring ...
    • CareerAdvance® Implementation Study Findings through July 2015 

      Christensen, Kristin; Juniper, Cynthia; King, Christopher T. (2015-10)
      In collaboration with a multi-disciplinary team of partners, the Ray Marshall Center (RMC) is developing and implementing a sectoral workforce development strategy for low-skilled, low-income parents of children served by ...
    • The CareerAdvance® Pilot Project: Recommended Jobs Strategy for Families Served by the Community Action Project of Tulsa County 

      King, Christopher T.; Glover, Robert W.; Smith, Tara Carter; Coffey, Rheagan D.; Levy, Brian (2009-08)
      In this report, we describe the recommended sectoral jobs strategy for parents served by the Community Action Project (CAP) of Tulsa County as a pilot initiative — now called CareerAdvance® — to be implemented starting in ...
    • The Central Texas College Access and Persistence Program Evaluation: Outcomes and Impacts Summary Report. 

      Smith, Tara Carter; Cumpton, Greg (Ray Marshall Center for the Study of Human Resources, 2013-01)
      n partnership with E3 Alliance, the Ray Marshall Center (RMC) is participating in the Central Texas College Access and Persistence Program Evaluation. The evaluation seeks to increase regional capacity to provide critical ...
    • Central Texas High School Graduate Data Center: Findings from the 2006 Senior Surveys 

      Schexnayder, Deanna T.; Cumpton, Greg; Beck, Nicole (Ray Marshall Center for the Study of Human Resources, 2007-05)
      The Student Futures Project—formerly known as Creating a Central Texas High School Data Center—is a research partnership of the Ray Marshall Center, Greater Austin Chamber of Commerce, Skillpoint Alliance, and a growing ...
    • Central Texas High School Graduate Data Center: Year One Final Report 

      Schexnayder, Deanna T.; Hill, Brendan; Cumpton, Greg; Garcia, Esmeralda; Smith, Tara Carter; King, Christopher T.; Gourgey, Hannah; Wilkinson, David (Ray Marshall Center for the Study of Human Resources, 2006-03)
      The Student Futures Project—formerly known as Creating a Central Texas High School Data Center—is a research partnership of the Ray Marshall Center, Greater Austin Chamber of Commerce, Skillpoint Alliance, and a growing ...
    • Central Texas Student Futures Project Conceptual Model 

      Levy, Brian L.; King, Christopher T. (Ray Marshall Center for the Study of Human Resources, 2009-09)
      The Student Futures Project—formerly known as Creating a Central Texas High School Data Center—is a research partnership of the Ray Marshall Center, Greater Austin Chamber of Commerce, Skillpoint Alliance, and a growing ...
    • Central Texas Student Futures Project: Findings from the 2012 Senior Surveys 

      Davis, Garry; Cumpton, Greg (Ray Marshall Center for the Study of Human Resources, 2013-01)
      These reports trace each graduating class as they move through work, postsecondary education and training, and other options for up to four years after graduation. The focus of these reports is to identify trends and ...
    • The Central Texas Workforce Intermediary Initiative Final Project Report 

      King, Christopher T.; Smith, Tara Carter (Ray Marshall Center for the Study of Human Resources, 2008-12)
      The Central Texas Workforce Intermediary Initiative (CTWII) will build and strengthen support among Central Texas stakeholders for a major workforce intermediary initiative linked to long-term economic growth and regional ...
    • Challenges, Promising Programs, and Effective Practices in Adult and Developmental Education 

      Coffey, Rheagan D.; Smith, Tara Carter (2011-02)
      This report presents an overview of the current state of adult education in Tulsa and in the U.S., and highlights successful programs in the areas of GED/Adult Basic Education, ESL Education, and Developmental Education. ...
    • Chicanos and Rural Poverty: A Continuing Issue for the 1970"s 

      Briggs, Vernon M., Jr. (Ray Marshall Center for the Study of Human Resources, 1971-05)
      This study pertains to those people of Mexican descent who reside in five Southwestern states (Texas, New Mexico, Colorado, Arizona, and California).
    • Child Care Devolution in Texas: The Relationship of Child Care Policies to Subsidy, Employment and Market Durations: Final Technical Report 

      Schexnayder, Deanna T.; Schroeder, Daniel G. (Ray Marshall Center for the Study of Human Resources and the Center for Social Work Research, 2008-03)
      A summary of the effects of the localization (devolution) of the management of Texas child care subsidy system to local boards throughout the state.