Carolyn Barnes Selected as 2023-2024 Russell Sage Foundation Visiting Scholar

Carolyn Barnes Selected as Russell Sage Foundation Visiting Scholar

Barnes will pursue her research to investigate barriers to accessing, maintaining, and using social safety net programs.

Telemedicine Could Help Keep Kids in Class

Sarah Komisarow discusses new research in Education Week.

 

 

 

Apply to New Bass Connections and Policy+ Project Team

This project is at the intersection of health, social services, and policy. Students will work with the Child Maltreatment Prevention Research Team.

CCFP Career Series Explores Working in Child Advocacy

On February 3, our guests Morgan Gramann and Morgan Ray will join us to talk about their work to improve the health and wellbeing of children and families in North Carolina.

Some Hispanic families are less likely to receive the Earned Income Tax Credit

In a new article for Health Affairs, Lisa Gennetian, Luis Basurto and co-authors explore racial and ethnic disparities in the receipt of Earned Income Tax Credit benefits.

 

The Importance of Teacher Diversity

Dr. Kisha N. Daniels partnered with the Center for Child and Family Policy and The Hunt Institute on two new policy briefs that explore the (1) barriers to having a more diverse teacher workforce and (2) why teacher diversity matters.