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Education & Well-Being

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ASPE Issue Brief

Child and Adolescent Mental Health During COVID-19: Considerations for Schools and Early Childhood Providers

September 24, 2021
COVID-19 pandemic’s social restrictions have prompted a surge in the mental health needs of children of all ages. Nationwide 4.3 million children/adolescents have been diagnosed with COVID-19 as of August 2021, and many of them have returned to early childhood and school settings. Schools and early childhood programs have long been essential settings for delivery of mental health services.

Learning about Infant and Toddler Early Education Services (LITES): Review Protocol

February 23, 2016
The Office of the Assistant Secretary for Planning and Evaluation, in partnership with the Administration for Children and Families within the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, funded Mathematica Policy Research and its partners to conduct the Learning About Infant and Toddler Early Education Services (LITES) project.

Learning about Infant and Toddler Early Education Services (LITES): Summarizing the Research and Gaps on Compelling Models

February 23, 2016
“The Office of the Assistant Secretary for Planning and Evaluation, in partnership with the Administration for Children and Families within the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, funded Mathematica Policy Research and its partners to conduct the Learning About Infant and Toddler Early Education Services (LITES) project.

Learning about Infant and Toddler Early Education Services (LITES): A Systematic Review of the Evidence

February 23, 2016
The Office of the Assistant Secretary for Planning and Evaluation, in partnership with the Administration for Children and Families within the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, funded Mathematica Policy Research and its partners to conduct the Learning About Infant and Toddler Early Education Services (LITES) project.

Feasibility Study for Demonstration of Supported Education to Promote Educational Attainment and Employment among Individuals with Serious Mental Illness: Final Report

August 31, 2015
The project focused on answering a series of research questions about Supported Education program composition, implementation, service context, the experiences of individuals involved in Supported Education programs, available Supported Education data sources and ongoing evaluations, Supported Education policies, financing, and gaps in the Supported Education knowledge base.

Education and Employment of Disconnected Low-Income Men

July 31, 2013
Margaret Simms, Karina Fortuny, Marla McDaniel, and William Monson A product of the Low-Income Working Families project Issue Brief 2, August 2013  

National Survey of Adoptive Parents: Benchmark Estimates of School Performance and Family Relationship Quality for Adopted Children

July 14, 2011
ASPE RESEARCH BRIEF The National Survey of Adoptive Parents: Benchmark Estimates of School Performance and Family Relationship Quality for Adopted Children June 2011

Marital Quality and Parent-Adolescent Relationships: Effects on Educational Outcomes for Youth

December 14, 2008
This research examines the effects of parental marital quality and the quality of the parent-child relationship on the educational progress of adolescents. Previous research indicates that family structure and economic capacity have significant effects on educational achievement and high school graduation rates.
Fact Sheet

What Challenges Are Boys Facing, and What Opportunities Exist To Address Those Challenges? Fact Sheet: Education*

August 14, 2008
Since the days when he attended his new neighborhood’s early learning center, Joe has liked school and often talks about how great his teachers have been over the years. Now in eleventh grade, Joe is a year away from being the first in his family to receive a high school diploma.