Research Report Infants and Toddlers in State and Federal Budgets: Summary Report from Urban Institute Roundtable
Rosa Maria Castaneda, Olivia Golden
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This report summarizes the roundtable "Infants and Toddlers in State and Federal Budgets: Yesterday's Choices, Today's Decisions, Tomorrow's Options" conducted by the Urban Institute, with support from the A.L. Mailman Family Foundation, on March 30, 2009. The roundtable's focus grew out of the widely perceived mismatch between sharply limited public investments on infants and toddlers and an accumulated body of research demonstrating the significance of the earliest years of life. We describe the group's diverse perspectives and wide-ranging discussion of strategies to address this mismatch.
Research Areas Economic mobility and inequality Health and health care Social safety net Taxes and budgets Children and youth
Tags Fiscal policy Medicaid and the Children’s Health Insurance Program  State programs, budgets State Children's Health Insurance Program Children's health and development State and local tax issues
Policy Centers Center on Labor, Human Services, and Population