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Abriendo Puertas: Opening Doors to Opportunity, A National Evaulation of Second-Generation Training
Creating a Classroom of Inquiry at the University of California at Berkeley: The Harold E. Jones Child Study Center
The impact of timing and frequency of parental criminal behaviour and risk factors on offspring offending
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FOCUSING ON LATINO CHILDREN
IHD hosts a variety of fresh research on diverse Latino children and neighborhood organizations that serve their families. To inform journalists and policy makers we are teaming up with the nation's association of news editors and reporters - the Education Writers Association in Washington, D.C. - to distill and disseminate recent empirical findings.
Our series of research briefs - covering the early development and learning of Latino children, the cultural strengths and strong upbringing from which many children benefit, the curious paradox whereby immigrant children often show more robust developmental indicators that later-generation children and youths, and why Latino youngsters often lag behind in school, even when coming from vibrant families.
The New Journalism on Latino Children
The New Journalism on Latino Children initiative is a joint activity with the National Panel on Latino Children and Schooling, hosted by IHD. Additional details also available at: Education Writers Association (www.ewa.org). Prof. Bruce Fuller and Dr. Margaret Bridges direct this project.