This group of inter-related research projects seeks to understand the state of early care and education in Massachusetts and make recommendations for quality outcomes.
This project looks at two national datasets to explore the relations among child, family, employment, and program characteristics and parental choice.
This work revolves around helping to build and define the burgeoning field of womanist studies.
WCW prepares a white paper and two research reviews to frame the W.K. Kellogg Foundation’s approach to two-generation strategies related to advancing family economic security and children’s education and learning simultaneously