In today's increasingly skill-focused economy, work-first approaches that limit TANF recipients' opportunities to increase their skills through education and training hurt their chances of finding jobs and lifting themselves out of poverty.
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By Jonathan Huberman
This post originally appeared at TalkPoverty.
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