latest brief finds that for low-income parents, working weekends, evenings, and early morning hours is the norm. Many, and particularly Latino immigrant parents, also have unpredictable schedules. The brief examines the parental work schedules of low-income Latino children and discusses how they can make it difficult for families to access child care options, particularly the publicly funded care designed to support low-income families.
Join Us Next Week at NCFR!
Thank you to everyone who signed up for our
mentoring event at the 2017 National Council on Family Relations (NCFR) Annual Conference. The mentoring breakfast will be held on
Thursday, Nov. 16th (8:30-9:45 AM). Also, don't forget to c
onnect with Center investigators at Booth #4 throughout the conference. See you in Orlando!
Highlights from the Field
Report: 2017 Race for Results
This KIDS COUNT policy reportexamines how children, including those in immigrant families, are progressing on key developmental milestones by race and ethnicity. The report also highlights recommendations to help connect children in immigrant families to opportunity.
Webinar: Are States Recognizing and Responding to the Needs of their Dual Language Learner Children?
Research Snapshot: Hispanic Families Experiencing Homelessness
Explore this research snapshot from the Office of Planning, Research and Evaluation (OPRE) and Abt Associates to learn about the characteristics and experiences of Hispanic families who entered emergency shelters.