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Executive Summary of the Seventh Ticket to Work Evaluation Report

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  • Gina Livermore
  • Arif Mamun
  • Jody Schimmel
  • Sarah Prenovitz

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This report summarizes seven studies conducted for the final Ticket to Work (TTW) evaluation report that examine beneficiary work activity and effects of the original and revised TTW regulations, the experiences of providers under the revised regulations, and the employment outcomes of beneficiaries using Work Incentive Planning and Assistance services.

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  • Gina Livermore & Arif Mamun & Jody Schimmel & Sarah Prenovitz, 2013. "Executive Summary of the Seventh Ticket to Work Evaluation Report," Mathematica Policy Research Reports f8695c48aead4550ad7409d51, Mathematica Policy Research.
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    Keywords

    Ticket to Work; Disability; Work Incentives; Planning and Assistance; WIPA program; Employment of People with Disabilities ; Labor;
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