Briefing: Digging into the Data on Families with Young Children during the COVID-19 Pandemic
For the past 10 months, the University of Oregon’s Center for Translational Neuroscience, in partnership with the Urban Institute, has surveyed families with children ages 5 and younger to understand how they’re experiencing the pandemic and the unique challenges families of color, low-income families, and families of children with disabilities face. Join Urban and the University of Oregon for a briefing on the findings from the Rapid Assessment of Pandemic Impact on Development (RAPID)–Early Childhood surveys, including a discussion about how policymakers can address short- and long-term challenges. Researchers will also discuss how policy staff can access and use RAPID data to mitigate the pandemic’s impact on the development and outcomes of young children.
Amy Elsbree, Senior Director, External Affairs, Urban Institute
Philip Fisher, Philip H. Knight Chair and Professor of Psychology, University of Oregon
Erica Greenberg, Senior Research Associate, Center on Education Data and Policy, Urban Institute
Funding for this event was provided by the Heising-Simons Foundation. For more on Urban’s funding policies, go to urban.org/fundingprinciples.
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Date & Time
Friday, January 29, 2021
Principal Research Associate
PK-12 Team Lead
Associate Vice President, Strategic Communications and Outreach