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Children, Youth, & Families

ASPE produces a range of policy research to promote child development, early childhood care and education, child welfare, positive youth development, and child and family well-being. 

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Evaluation of the 1989 Child Care Supplement in the National Longitudinal Survey of Youth

September 30, 1989
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services

The Federal Role in Foster Care: A Paper on Current Priority Issue Areas

August 31, 1989
This report uses interviews with HHS staff, pertinent legislative committees, and children and youth advocacy organizations in order to express how each group would like to change the existing foster care system.

Reliability and Validity of the National Incidence of Child Abuse and Neglect Study Conducted by Westat Associates in 1988: Methodological Review

July 31, 1989
This report summarizes a methodological review of the 1988 National Incidence of Child Abuse and Neglect Study (NIS-2) and highlights the review's implications.

A Partial Listing of Problems Facing American Children, Youth, and Families

July 31, 1989
This collection of brief issue papers uses diverse data to describe 15 major problems facing American children and families. Each paper summarizes the state of knowledge about the scope of the problem, trends, current government expenditures, costs per case, effectiveness of current intervention strategies and public attitudes about the problem areas.

Changes in Marriage and Fertility Behavior: Behavior Versus Attitudes of Young Adults

June 30, 1989
This report examines a variety of data regarding current trends in adolescents' sexual, fertility, and marital behavior and discusses evidence regarding the permanence of these trends. Behavioral data are compared with attitudinal measures to conclude that there are significant differences between the conduct and values of young adults.

Quality in Child Care: What It Is an How It Can Be Encouraged

May 30, 1989
This speech, given at the Family Impact Seminar, briefly describes several issues concerning the regulation of child care including: who should regulate child care, whether standards effectively improve quality, how child care has been regulated since the late 1800s, current regulation practices, and how current child care legislation addresses regulation.

An Evaluability Assessment of Child Care Options for Work-Welfare Programs

March 31, 1988
MAXIMUS, Inc. April 1988 This report was prepared under contract #HHS-100-85-0004 between HHS's Office of Social Services Policy (now the Office of Disability, Aging and Long-Term Care Policy) and MAXIMUS, Inc. For additional information about this subject, you can visit the ASPE home page at http://aspe.hhs.gov.