International Perspectives on Parenting and Child Development

International Perspectives on Parenting and Child Development

Registration now open for this half-day conference on parenting and child development around the world.

22-23 Morris Fellowship Application Open

Funding awards for undergraduate students engaging in independent research in child and family policy and gifted and talented education

Understanding the Full Cost of Child Poverty

A broader look at family finances can lead to better-designed programs that address child wellbeing

Measuring Educational Opportunity in NC Public School Districts

In a new research brief from The Hunt Institute, Robert Carr examines data on the reading and math achievement of students as they progress from third to eighth grade.

Benefits of Childhood Mental Health Intervention ‘Ripple Across Generations’

New important research from Drew Rothenberg and Center Director Jennifer Lansford.

Investing in Latino children and youth—the future strength of the US

How the growing young Latino population in the U.S. fares matters for a robust economy and society. Lisa Gennetian and and co-author share ways to invest in their success.