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  • User account | Center on Assets, Education, and Inclusion
    Support to Realize Encouraging Outcomes Prosperity Works for Kids Racial Disparities in Post Recession America Reshaping the conversation on student debt Retailing a Better Future LEAF College Savings Rethinking Mobility Starting our work in New England State Child Support Savings Initiatives Student Debt and Inequality The Business Case for Children s Savings The Double Bottom Line A Framework for CSA Effects The Geography of Inequity The Precarious State of Family Balance Sheets Unfinished Business Closing the Racial Achievement Gap Videos Highlight AEDI s Research When great ideas get greater SmartSAVER and the CLB Why we re excited about our work with the Boston Fed Youth Savings Accounts Good News on the Regulatory Front News Multimedia CSD 20th Anniversary Canadian Savings Education Report PBS News Hour Small Debt Donate Menu Home About Overview Our Work CSA Project Policy Background Reports Biannual Report Transforming Wealth GEAR UP Canada Canadian US Report Briefs Projects Multimedia Kansas Information Sheets College Debt Project Reports Briefs Projects Wealth Transfer Project Reports Harnessing Assets Income Asset Shocks Briefs By My Parent s Bootstraps Projects Financial Inclusion Project Overview Multimedia Reports Briefs Projects People Directors Founding Director Assistant Director Faculty Directors Associates Faculty Associates Research Associates Post Doc Research Assistants Blog The Mobility Beat AEDI Launching Blog AEDI at Obama s Visit to Lawrence Another non solution Income Share Agreements Aspirations for the New Year CFED s Assets and Opportunity Scorecard CSAs The Ultimate Two Generation Approach Celebrating CSD s Anniversary Child Support Savings Initiatives Gathering Steam Children s Savings as an Early Childhood Intervention Eroding Higher Education s Equalizing Effects Financial Security and Economic Mobility Good News from Rhode Island In this season of love share hope Inclusive Financial Institutions in the New Year Investing with Kids Learning from the Developing World Alternative Financial Products for CSAs Millennials Rising and taking the nation with them Promise Indiana A Community Driven CSA Model Leveraging Support to Realize Encouraging Outcomes Prosperity Works for Kids Racial Disparities in Post Recession America Reshaping the conversation on student debt Retailing a Better Future LEAF College Savings Rethinking Mobility Starting our work in New England State Child Support Savings Initiatives Student Debt and Inequality The Business Case for Children s Savings The Double Bottom Line A Framework for CSA Effects The Geography of Inequity The Precarious State of Family Balance Sheets Unfinished Business Closing the Racial Achievement Gap Videos Highlight AEDI s Research When great ideas get greater SmartSAVER and the CLB Why we re excited about our work with the Boston Fed Youth Savings Accounts Good News on the Regulatory Front News Multimedia CSD 20th Anniversary Canadian Savings Education Report PBS News Hour Small Debt Donate Search Search form Search Home User account Primary tabs Log in active tab Request new password You will be redirected to the secure CAS login page Log in using KU Online ID You will be redirected to the secure CAS login page Username Enter your Center on Assets Education and Inclusion username Password Enter the password

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  • Exciting Developments in a Growing Children’s Savings Field | Center on Assets, Education, and Inclusion
    from Rhode Island In this season of love share hope Inclusive Financial Institutions in the New Year Investing with Kids Learning from the Developing World Alternative Financial Products for CSAs Millennials Rising and taking the nation with them Promise Indiana A Community Driven CSA Model Leveraging Support to Realize Encouraging Outcomes Prosperity Works for Kids Racial Disparities in Post Recession America Reshaping the conversation on student debt Retailing a Better Future LEAF College Savings Rethinking Mobility Starting our work in New England State Child Support Savings Initiatives Student Debt and Inequality The Business Case for Children s Savings The Double Bottom Line A Framework for CSA Effects The Geography of Inequity The Precarious State of Family Balance Sheets Unfinished Business Closing the Racial Achievement Gap Videos Highlight AEDI s Research When great ideas get greater SmartSAVER and the CLB Why we re excited about our work with the Boston Fed Youth Savings Accounts Good News on the Regulatory Front News Multimedia CSD 20th Anniversary Canadian Savings Education Report PBS News Hour Small Debt Donate Search Search form Search Home Exciting Developments in a Growing Children s Savings Field Exciting Developments in a Growing Children s Savings Field Thursday January 22 2015 Last month Christmas came early for kids in Rhode Island The then state Treasurer and now Governor of Rhode Island Gina Raimondo announced a major expansion of the state s children s savings account program the CollegeBound Baby program Every child born in the state there were roughly 11 000 in 2013 will receive a Children s Savings Account We know from the empirical research on children s savings that this means greater college aspirations more academic success and improved financial capability Not bad for just 100 in a college savings account The Rhode Island reform is the most recent development in what has been more two decades of growth of the CSA field Nearly a quarter century ago Michael Sherraden published Assets and the Poor which included the original proposal for CSAs More than a decade later the National SEED Savings for Education Entrepreneurship and Downpayment launched in 12 states and communities to test out CSAs for nearly 1 200 children and families SEED spurred additional research by program developers and academics including a randomized controlled trial in 2007 In the last five years the CSA field has transitioned from one characterized by theory research and pilots to a field of full fledged programs serving tens of thousands of children In 2009 Maine launched its statewide program Hawaii launched a CSA program soon thereafter In 2011 San Francisco made history as the first publicly funded universal CSA program in the country The flood gates were open CSA programs launched in Wabash County Cuyahoga County Kansas Nevada and Connecticut Today roughly half of states are home to a CSA program that serves low and moderate income children When the first national CSA conference was in 2009 CSAs were described as a promising new tool Five years later at the

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  • Compose tips | Center on Assets, Education, and Inclusion
    the nation with them Promise Indiana A Community Driven CSA Model Leveraging Support to Realize Encouraging Outcomes Prosperity Works for Kids Racial Disparities in Post Recession America Reshaping the conversation on student debt Retailing a Better Future LEAF College Savings Rethinking Mobility Starting our work in New England State Child Support Savings Initiatives Student Debt and Inequality The Business Case for Children s Savings The Double Bottom Line A Framework for CSA Effects The Geography of Inequity The Precarious State of Family Balance Sheets Unfinished Business Closing the Racial Achievement Gap Videos Highlight AEDI s Research When great ideas get greater SmartSAVER and the CLB Why we re excited about our work with the Boston Fed Youth Savings Accounts Good News on the Regulatory Front News Multimedia CSD 20th Anniversary Canadian Savings Education Report PBS News Hour Small Debt Donate Menu Home About Overview Our Work CSA Project Policy Background Reports Biannual Report Transforming Wealth GEAR UP Canada Canadian US Report Briefs Projects Multimedia Kansas Information Sheets College Debt Project Reports Briefs Projects Wealth Transfer Project Reports Harnessing Assets Income Asset Shocks Briefs By My Parent s Bootstraps Projects Financial Inclusion Project Overview Multimedia Reports Briefs Projects People Directors Founding Director Assistant Director Faculty Directors Associates Faculty Associates Research Associates Post Doc Research Assistants Blog The Mobility Beat AEDI Launching Blog AEDI at Obama s Visit to Lawrence Another non solution Income Share Agreements Aspirations for the New Year CFED s Assets and Opportunity Scorecard CSAs The Ultimate Two Generation Approach Celebrating CSD s Anniversary Child Support Savings Initiatives Gathering Steam Children s Savings as an Early Childhood Intervention Eroding Higher Education s Equalizing Effects Financial Security and Economic Mobility Good News from Rhode Island In this season of love share hope Inclusive Financial Institutions in the New Year Investing with Kids Learning from the Developing World Alternative Financial Products for CSAs Millennials Rising and taking the nation with them Promise Indiana A Community Driven CSA Model Leveraging Support to Realize Encouraging Outcomes Prosperity Works for Kids Racial Disparities in Post Recession America Reshaping the conversation on student debt Retailing a Better Future LEAF College Savings Rethinking Mobility Starting our work in New England State Child Support Savings Initiatives Student Debt and Inequality The Business Case for Children s Savings The Double Bottom Line A Framework for CSA Effects The Geography of Inequity The Precarious State of Family Balance Sheets Unfinished Business Closing the Racial Achievement Gap Videos Highlight AEDI s Research When great ideas get greater SmartSAVER and the CLB Why we re excited about our work with the Boston Fed Youth Savings Accounts Good News on the Regulatory Front News Multimedia CSD 20th Anniversary Canadian Savings Education Report PBS News Hour Small Debt Donate Search Search form Search Home Compose tips Web page addresses and e mail addresses turn into links automatically Lines and paragraphs are automatically recognized The br line break p paragraph and p close paragraph tags are inserted automatically If paragraphs are not recognized simply

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  • The Mobility Beat | Center on Assets, Education, and Inclusion
    contextualize our ideas This post and tomorrow s highlight some of Pew s recent work in this area Read more Videos Highlight AEDI s Research By Melinda Lewis Thursday February 5 2015 As part of AEDI s ongoing efforts to translate our research into accessible formats we have produced some videos that explain the theories and evidence around children s savings and the powerful effects to be realized from children s asset building We share those videos here and invite your feedback what types of media would be most useful to you to make the case for children s savings Read more Children s Savings as an Early Childhood Intervention By Melinda Lewis Tuesday February 3 2015 AEDI Faculty Director of Financial Inclusion Terri Friedline has explored how Children s Savings Accounts can complement other early childhood education interventions and how rooting a CSA within an early childhood program might improve the outcomes of both investments Given the high stakes involved in improving child well being particularly for those living in or near poverty and the urgent need to engage a broad group of stakeholders in the CSA movement this research and the discussion it has provoked is an essential contribution to the field Read more CFED s Assets and Opportunity Scorecard By Melinda Lewis Monday February 2 2015 Last week was big for asset and economic opportunity folks as CFED released its annual Assets and Opportunity Scorecard Here we take a look at some of the stark findings highlighted in the report and companion materials The Scorecard will undoubtedly be valuable to practitioners policymakers and advocates all around the financial inclusion and economic mobility fields It s a tremendous lift to sift through all of the information in order to produce the Scorecard and we re grateful for CFED s initiative in pulling it together Read more State Child Support Savings Initiatives By Melinda Lewis Thursday January 29 2015 It s Kansas Day We celebrate some good news in our Sunflower State today with a post about Kansas Child Support Savings Initiative Read more The Double Bottom Line A Framework for CSA Effects By William Elliott Wednesday January 28 2015 One of AEDI s most significant contributions to the asset field is the articulation of the theoretical framework by which we understand the effects of children s savings on child well being and on educational outcomes and through which we interpret the empirical evidence of the same Here AEDI Founding Director Willie Elliott outlines the key points within this Children s Savings Account framework including why a college saver identity might matter so much Read more When great ideas get greater SmartSAVER and the CLB By Melinda Lewis Monday January 26 2015 SmartSaver an initiative to increase uptake of the Canada Learning Bond launched a new initiative this calendar year creating a portal through which low income Canadian families can easily and at no charge open a Registered Education Savings Plan for their child thus triggering the deposit of

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  • The Mobility Beat | Center on Assets, Education, and Inclusion
    we want the U S economy to work Here we outline some of our analysis about assets poverty and mobility Read more The Business Case for Children s Savings By Melinda Lewis Thursday January 8 2015 We hope that 2015 will be a year of scaling for Children s Savings Accounts Accomplishing this will require bringing more stakeholders to the CSA field and helping more institutions understand their own vested interests in seeing children succeed as savers Research by AEDI Faculty Director of the Financial Inclusion Project Terri Friedline informs some important considerations for financial institutions calculus of the business case for partnering to deliver CSAs Read more Eroding Higher Education s Equalizing Effects By Melinda Lewis Tuesday January 6 2015 As we begin our work in 2015 we keep foremost in mind our commitment to restoring higher education to its proper role in the U S economy as a catalyst of real opportunity the springboard for economic mobility and the medium through which children can realize their dreams This must include reshaping how we expect families to finance college but it also focuses our attention on the state legislative sessions that will soon begin around the country since cuts to public funding of higher education have had significant effects on colleges ability to play these equalizing roles as detailed in analysis by our colleagues at the Center for American Progress Read more Aspirations for the New Year By Melinda Lewis Monday December 22 2014 In this last post of 2014 we share some of our plans for the coming year and would love to hear your hopes and goals for 2015 It is an honor to call you colleagues in this work and we look forward to new and renewed partnerships in the year to come Read more Another non solution Income Share Agreements By Melinda Lewis Thursday December 18 2014 Touted as the latest fix to our student debt woes Income Share Agreements are not the financial aid innovation some would suggest since they would still likely compromise the later asset accumulation of college graduates It s time for a more complete conversation about asset based alternatives to student debt Read more Learning from the Developing World Alternative Financial Products for CSAs By Melinda Lewis Wednesday December 17 2014 As Children s Savings Account advocates confront the trade offs in existing CSA delivery systems 529 plans deposit institutions savings bonds some are looking to successful savings initiatives within low income communities in the developing world where product innovations might suggest promising approaches as complements or even alternative to prevailing models in the U S Read more Millennials Rising and taking the nation with them By Melinda Lewis Monday December 15 2014 Our colleagues at New America hosted a symposium this fall on Millennials examining the economic standing cultural norms and aspirations of this generation and how their fortunes will help to drive the overall well being of the nation We re finally getting through the terrific resources on

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