• School-to-Work Transition in the U.S.: The Case of the Missing Social Partners 

      Glover, Robert W.; Weisberg, Alan; Churchill, Andrew; Green, Sharon Knotts; McPherson, Robert; Lewis, Janet; Rahberger, Quint; Scott, Mark; Scott, Eugene (Center for Leaming and Competitiveness, School of Public Affairs, University of Maiyland, 1994-06)
      A team of U.S. business, labor, and public policy representatives visited Denmark, Germany, and Switzerland to investigate the European approach to preparing young people for the work force. It gathered information on the ...
    • Seasonal Agricultural Labor Markets in America: Issues and Options for Public Policy 

      Martin, Philip L.; Glover, Robert W. (1985-07)
      This report is an analysis of a central paradox in the American food system: the agriculture whose made-in-America products feed a hungry world also relies on legal and illegal immigrant farmworkers to harvest certain ...
    • Securing Our Future: The Importance of Quality Education for Minorities 

      Marshall, Ray; Glover, Robert W.; Plascencia, Luis; Garza-Lubek, Maria; Nielsen, Robert (Lyndon B. Johnson School of Public Affairs, 1992)
      This report on the education of minorities results from policy research projects conducted in 1988-89 and 1989-90 as part of the Quality Education for Minorities (QEM) Project under funding from the Carnegie Corporation ...
    • Selective Employment Programs of the 1960s 

      Marshall, Ray (Ray Marshall Center for the Study of Human Resources, 1976-09)
    • Short-Term Indicators of Job Training Program Effects on Long-Term Participant Earnings 

      Geraci, Vincent J. (Ray Marshall Center for the Study of Human Resources, 1984-08)
      This study assesses the validity of alternative short-term indicators used to predict long-term earnings effects from participation in employment and training programs. The Continuous Longitudinal Manpower Survey of CETA ...
    • Short-Term Indicators of Job Training Program Performance: Policy Issues, Past Studies, and Research Agenda 

      King, Christopher T.; Geraci, Vincent J. (Ray Marshall Center for the Study of Human Resources, 1983-04)
      This paper is the start of an empirical study of short-term indicators of long-term job training program performance. The indicators to be assessed include job placement at program termination and employment experiences ...
    • Short-term Outcomes of Participants in CETA Title II Programs in the Alamo Consortium 

      King, Christopher T.; Marshall, Susan R. (Ray Marshall Centr for the Study of Human Resources, 1982-04)
      The Center for the Study of Human Resources of the University of Texas at Austin, operating under a subcontract with the Massachusetts DMD, implemented the follow-up demonstration in Region VI at two sponsor sites in Texas. ...
    • Short-term Outcomes of Participants in CETA Title II Programs in the Capital Area Manpower Consortium 

      King, Christopher T.; Marshall, Susan R. (Ray Marshall Center for the Study of Human Resources, 1982-03)
      The Center for the Study of Human Resources of the University of Texas at Austin, operating under a subcontract with the Massachusetts DMD, implemented the follow-up demonstration in Region VI at two sponsor sites in Texas. ...
    • Some Reflections on the "Creaming" Issue 

      King, Christopher T. (Ray Marshall Center for the Study of Human Resources, 1988-09)
      Prepared for the "Who Should Be Seived" Subcommittee of the U.S. Department of Labor's JTPA Advisory Committee
    • Some Rural Economic Development Problems n the South 

      Marshall, Ray (Ray Marshall Center for the Study of Human Resources, 1971-12)
      The historical causes of low incomes in the South are outlined very briefly, but the main purpose of the paper is to discuss some of the causes of and proposed remedies for low incomes in the rural South.
    • Southern+ Agricultural Facts 

      Toews, Curtis D.; Pollard, Tom (1975-01)
      This paper was prepared for the Third Meeting of the Task Force on Southern Rural Development held in Montgomery, Alabama, January I0-January 11, 1975.
    • The "Start-Up" Industry Training for Rural Development 

      Van Cleve, Roy; Marshall, Ray (1975-12)
      Prepared for the IRRA 28th Annual Winter Meeting, Dallas December 28-30, 1975; Session V: RURAL LABOR MARKETS This paper is based on a University of Texas project funded by the Manpower Administration, U.S. Department of Labor.
    • Statistical Measurement Issues Influencing the Comparison of Texas Pre-JOBS and JOBS Program Data 

      Schexnayder, Deanna T. (Ray Marshall Center for the Study of Human Resources, 1993-07)
      As part of the evaluation of the first year of the Texas Job Opportunities and Basic Skills (JOBS) program, the Center for the Study of Human Resources contracted to produce a Pre-JOBS Welfare-to-Work Baseline Report. The ...
    • Status and Prospects of Small Farmers in the South 

      Marshall, Ray; Thompson, Allen (Ray Marshall Center for the Study of Human Resources, 1975-10)
      A study of the problems of small farmers is important for a number of reasons. In the first place, despite the large-scale displacement of small farmers in the United States since World War II, many small farmers remain, ...
    • Strategically Positioning Goodwill Industries of Texas June 2011 

      O'Shea, Daniel P.; King, Christopher T. (2011-06)
      Researchers at the Ray Marshall Center assess workforce efforts at Goodwill Industries of Central Texas (GICT) and identify viable options for adjusting, expanding, or introducing new elements to the current programs and ...
    • Strategies for Resolving Eligibility Conflicts and Promoting Program Coordination 

      King, Christopher T. (Ray Marshall Center for the Study of Human Resources, 1991-03)
      Seminar on Improving Coordination in Government-Sponsored Public Assistance Programs The purpose of this paper is not to revisit the details of the programs and their conflicting eligibility provisions. Nor does it attempt ...
    • Study of Early Education in Texas The Relationship of Pre-K Attendance to 3rd Grade Test Results 

      Huston, Aletha; Gupta, Anjali; Schexnayder, Deanna T. (Ray Marshall Center for the Study of Human Resources, 2012-03)
      The University of Texas at Dallas (UTD) and its partners -- including the Ray Marshall Center -- have established an Education Research Center (ERC), sponsored by the Texas Education Agency and the Texas Higher Education ...
    • Successful Career Progression: Exploratory Findings from a Study of Selected Occupations 

      O'Shea, Daniel P.; Betsinger, Alicia M.; King, Christopher T. (Ray Marshall Center for the Study of Human Resources, 1999-04)
      This report presents preliminary findings regarding the career progression of individuals in ten occupations. The project was designed to explore the education, training, and work experiences of individuals who are successful ...
    • Sustaining Two-Generation strategies: A Case study of Tulsa’s CareerAdvance® Program 

      Briggs, Amanda; King, Christopher T.; Smith, Tara Carter (2015-05)
      This report examines the CareerAdvance® program in Tulsa (OK) as a case study on the sustainability of a two‐generation anti‐poverty strategy that seeks to increase family economic mobility by investing intensively in ...
    • Tax Equity in the Unemployment Insurance Program of Texas 

      Geraci, Vincent J.; McPherson, Robert E. (Ray Marshall Center for the Study of Human Resources, 1992-04)
      To what extent does the UI tax structure in Texas produce an equitable distribution of benefit-costs among employers? In examining this broad policy concern, the present study focuses on the following set of basic research ...