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The collaborative advances interdisciplinary research in global children’s issues by amplifying the work of existing university centers and institutes, bringing leading scholars to campus to interact with Georgetown faculty and students, and sponsoring a collaborative research grants program.


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Joan Lombardi, senior fellow at the Collaborative on Global Children's Issues, co-wrote a new publication for Statelessness and Citizenship Review on unrecorded births and the issue of statelessness.

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A new study on Tulsa’s magnet middle schools co-authored by William Gormley (Center for Research on Children in the United States) finds that higher quality middle schools could help school districts to sustain short-term gains from early childhood education for a diverse cross-section of students.