Wishing you a joyous holiday season y un próspero Año Nuevo
As we close out the year, take a look back at some of our most popular resources and briefs of 2018:

  1. The Average Day of Low-Income Latino Parents compares the average day of a low-income Latino parent to that of their low-income white and black peers.
  2. Applying Child Development Research to Immigration Policy outlines how research on child development, neuroscience, and trauma can inform federal policy regarding the treatment of children and their families arriving at our nation’s border.
  3. Access to Early Care and Education for Low-Income Hispanic Children and Families: A Research Synthesis reviews the latest research on the topic and recommends areas for future research and practice to better understand and improve low-income Hispanic families' access to early care and education.

And in case you missed them, we also released a series of products assessing how well existing survey data can help us understand Latino children and families in the United States:

Have you used any of our resources in your work? We’d love to hear from you and get your feedback. You can get in touch with us by replying to this email, or you can email our communications manager at mahammond@childtrends.org .

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