Senior Research Fellow Fred Wulczyn was interviewed on American Public Media's Marketplace about financial support for foster caregivers.
NEW AT CHAPIN HALL
The webcast is now available from our recent Child and Family Policy Forum: How Do We Promote Stability and Self-Sufficiency for Low-Income Families with Safety Net Programs? »
The webcast is now available from our recent Child and Family Policy Forum: Youth Homelessness – What are the Challenges for Policymakers, Practitioners, and Researchers? »
In June 2013, Chapin Hall at the University of Chicago and the Institute for Educational Leadership convened a group of stakeholders, researchers, and practitioners in Washington, DC. The group discussed the role of partnerships in advancing educational opportunities for low-income children and youth in the United States. They examined topics including who participates in partnerships, what the purposes of partnerships are, and where resources for partnerships come from. The convening also discussed four next steps for policymakers, administrators, and practitioners: leadership, policy support, accountability, and implementation. »