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Jun 28, 2017
Feature Stories

Exposure to lead in the preschool years significantly increases the chance that children will be suspended or incarcerated during their school careers, according to research at Princeton University and Brown University.

May 24, 2017
Feature Stories

The Trump administration hopes to slash $10.6 billion from current education initiatives, channeling part of the money to expanding charter schools and providing vouchers for private and religious schools, recent reports indicate.

Mar 13, 2017
Press Releases

Six faculty members at Princeton University will receive funding to work on innovative, cross-disciplinary education research projects over the next two academic years.

Oct 26, 2016
Press Releases

High-quality pre-K programs can indeed play an important role in improving later outcomes for children, particularly for children from more disadvantaged families, according to evidence presented in the latest issue of Future of Children, a joint-publication of...

Aug 11, 2016
Feature Stories

Professor Christopher Neilson is passionate about ensuring that government policy — in particular education policy — is founded on theory and measurement.

Jun 13, 2016
Feature Stories

As incarceration rates have increased in the United States, so has the likelihood that children will endure the imprisonment of a parent — especially among the most disadvantaged populations. But how does the imprisonment of parents and other household members influence a child or adolescent’s future?

Jun 6, 2016
Feature Stories

Financial strain has long been one of the leading causes of family discord, but a recent study suggests that simply living through major economic recessions increases a mother’s chance of suffering from domestic violence.

May 18, 2016
Feature Stories

Concern for the health and well-being of others has long been a driving force for Marlise Pierre-Wright ’12, MPA ’16.

May 4, 2016
Feature Stories

Forecasts suggest that by 2050, the world could see 200 million environmental migrants, many of whom would be children.

Apr 20, 2016
Feature Stories

Recent studies of mortality trends paint a gloomy picture for many middle-aged and older Americans, but a new study focused on children reveals a more optimistic future.

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