- An Essential Guide of COVID-19 Resources
May 19, 2020
The well-being of early care and education (ECE) professionals and those they serve should be at the forefront of the response to COVID-19. The following COVID-19 resources contribute to a shared understanding of how to support the growing economic, health, and social-emotional needs of the ECE workforce and of young children and their families.
- A Pivotal Time to Act on Reducing Child Poverty as the Nation Responds to COVID-19
May 5, 2020
COVID-19 has reminded us that vulnerable populations are disproportionately affected by many challenges, including this crisis.
- A Message From Our President & CEO: Foundation for Child Development’s Response to COVID-19
March 20, 2020
Dear Colleagues and Partners, New developments about the implications of the coronavirus, COVID-19, seem to unfold by the hour, and the past few weeks have proved to be challenging.
- Resilience and Risk at the Intersection of Immigration and Child Well-Being: Research Insights From the Young Scholars Program
January 31, 2020
For more than a decade, the Foundation for Child Development, through the Young Scholars Program (YSP), funded studies about the early education, health, and well-being of children from low-income, immigrant families.
- Determinants of Health and Well-Being for Children of Immigrants: Moving From Evidence to Action
October 9, 2019
In this latest working paper, commissioned by the Foundation for Child Development.
- Children of Immigrants Series II: Webinar III
March 18, 2019
Promoting Early Learning for Children of Immigrants: Family and Early Care and Education Supports APRIL 3, 2019 | 2:00PM- 3:30PM EST CLICK HERE TO VIEW THE WEBINAR DESCRIPTION: Engaged families, and early care and education programs, play a vital role in fostering children’s early development and in helping children of immigrants succeed in school and life.
- Children of Immigrants Series II: Webinar II
February 5, 2019
Food Insecurity and Access to Health Care: Critical Issues for the Development of Young Children of Immigrants CLICK HERE TO VIEW THE WEBINAR DESCRIPTION: Food insecurity and access to public health insurance for children within immigrant families are critical public health concerns.
- Children of Immigrants Series II: Webinar I
January 8, 2019
A Closer Look: The Unique Needs and Promise of Children of Black Immigrants and Refugee Children CLICK HERE TO VIEW THIS WEBINAR (90 minutes) DESCRIPTION: Children within immigrant families are often targets of discrimination and further marginalization, particularly within the current political context.