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Center For Research on Hispanic Children & Families, 2013-2018

Project Overview

The National Research Center on Hispanic Children and Families generates new research and translates research across three priority areas—poverty reduction and self-sufficiency, healthy marriage and responsible fatherhood, and early care and education—to build knowledge and inform ACF programs and policies to better serve Hispanic children and families. The Center has three primary goals: 1) advance a cutting-edge research agenda; 2) build research capacity; and 3) translate emerging research. Lina Guzman at Child Trends and Michael Lopez at Abt Associates lead the Center, in collaboration with university partners (University of Maryland-College Park; University of North Carolina at Greensboro; and New York University's Institute for Human Development and Social Change). In 2014, the Center launched a Fellowship program supporting emerging scholars studying issues relevant to low-income and vulnerable Hispanic children and families.

Visit the National Research Center on Hispanic Children and Families website for more information about their research activities and resources.

The point of contact is Ann Rivera.

  • Expired Program Announcement for Center for Research on Hispanic Children & Families (published May 2013)

    The Office of Planning, Research and Evaluation (OPRE) within the Administration for Children and Families (ACF) solicited applications in 2013 for the establishment of a Center for Research on Hispanic Children and Families, to lead and support investigation of the needs of Hispanic populations served by ACF and promising approaches to promote social and economic well-being among low-income Hispanic families. This research center would ideally bring together a diverse, interdisciplinary...

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