If You Build It, They Will Come: New Evidence On Latino Families Use Of Early Care And Education

The positive effects of pre-kindergarten on children’s school readiness outcomes appear to be even stronger in Latino communities. Renee Lamoreau, Michael López, & Todd Grindal There is widespread consensus that high-quality pre-kindergarten programs can provide sizable benefits for young children and their families. For Hispanic families, the positive effects of pre-kindergarten on children’s school readiness outcomes […]

GUSA Signs DACA Pledge of Support

The Georgetown University Student Association officially signed on to a regional student government coalition’s Student Association Statement of Support for the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals Obama-era program that allows children brought into the country without documentation to receive deferred action waivers or work permits March 23. Read the full article >>

Almost Half of Latino Children Live in States that Spend Less Per Child

by CARMEN SESIN Almost half of Latino children in the U.S. are living in states, in the South and West, that are considered “low spending,” and it’s negatively impacting their educational and health outcomes, according to a report released by the nonprofit Urban Institute on Tuesday. Read the full article >>

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