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.
Joan Lombardi, senior fellow at the Collaborative on Global Children's Issues, collaborated on the RAPID-EC project, a national survey of early childhood family well-being designed to gather data about the experiences of families with young children during the U.S. COVID-19 outbreak. This report…
Andrew Zeitlin, professor at the McCourt School of Public Policy, and colleagues found in Rwanda that the Pay for Performance model of incentivizing teachers improves learning without a negative effect on the teacher that is recruited or retained.
Research from the Center for Children and Families finds that Latino children and parents are disproportionately likely to be uninsured across the country, but the coverage gaps are wider and growing faster in states that have yet to adopt Medicaid expansion.
Georgetown Law professor Philip Schrag's book examines the ongoing struggle between the U.S. government and immigrant advocates over the duration and conditions of confinement of children who seek safety in America.
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.