Postsecondary Education in the United States
Volume 23 Number 1 Spring 2013
Children with Disabilities, Vol. 22, Number , Spring 2012.
Future of Children Senior Editor Ron Haskins featured in video on the tough economic times facing the American People.
Future of Children Senior Editor Isabel Sawhill writes in the Washington Post, "20 Years Later, It Turns Out Dan Quayle was Right about Murphy Brown and Unmarried Moms." For more research on unwed parents, see our Fragile Families Volume.
Future of Children Senior Editor Cecilia Rouse speaks about the dropout rate on "Need to Know" on PBS.
The Center for Research on Child Wellbeing (CRCW) is being featured on Princeton University's Research Spotlight. At the "spotlight," you can read about the three main projects at CRCW, including the Future of Children.
A research brief from the Center for Research on Child Wellbeing at Princeton finds the likelihood of homelessness higher among formerly incarcerated fathers. Click here to read the brief.
Is There a Better Way to Prepare Disadvantaged Students for College? Future of Children's newest issue Postsecondary Education in the United States was the topic of a panel discussion and roll-out at the Brookings Institution on Tuesday, May 7, 2013. Watch or listen to the panel on Brookings website.
Laying the Ground Work for Advanced Literacy: Bridging Research and Practice, a practitioner conference held on February 22, 2013, video now available.
Technology in Postsecondary Education Conference, May 22, 2013. This invitation only practitioner conference is one of our events for the Spring 2013 journal, Postsecondary Education in the United States. More information can be found on our events page.
New York Times commentary, The Great Divide: No Child Left Behind," written by Future of Children author Sean Reardon also quotes FOC authors Susan Dynarski and Greg Duncan and FOC issue editor/author Richard Murnane.
Future of Children authors Marcelo Suarez-Orozco and Carola Suarez-Orozco cite research by FOC author Alejandro Portes in a New York Times piece about the challenges faced by immigrant children in the US.
Future of Children author Ellen Galinsky ("Workplace Flexibility: From Research to Action," Vol. 21, No. 2) says that if we're going to have universal preschool, we should get it right. Six cautions.