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Family Impact Seminars

The Georgetown Public Policy Institute and
the Center for Research on Children in the U.S.
present:

“Strengthening Elementary Education”
Dr. Carolyn Hill, Associate Dean, GPPI
M. Rene Islas, Director, Center for Results, Learning Forward
Allison Horowitz, Policy Analyst, Education Trust
Strengthening Elementary Education (.pdf)
CROCUS Briefing Report, April 18, 2012

"Promise Neighborhoods: Lessons from the Harlem Children's Zone"
Katherine Shoemaker, Director, Policy & Special Projects, HCZ
Dr. Harry Holzer, Professor, GPPI
Dr. Steven R. Smith, Nielsen Chair, GPPI
Harlen Children's Zone presentation (.pdf)
From Harlem Children’s Zone to Promise Neighborhoods: Creating the Tipping Point for Success (.pdf)
HCZ and Promise Neighborhoods: Some Comments (.pdf)
Promise Neighborhoods and HCZ: Thoughts on Policy and Practice (.pdf)
CROCUS Briefing Report, January 25, 2010

"The Nurse-Family Partnership Program"
Dr. David Olds, University of Colorado-Denver
"Home-Based Visitation Programs as an Early Intervention Strategy." (.pdf)
CROCUS Briefing Report, September 21, 2009

About Family Impact Seminars

Since 1992 the Georgetown Public Policy Institute has sponsored a series of community seminars, known as the D.C. Family Impact Seminars. This series is affiliated with the national Family Impact Seminar program, with headquarters in Madison, Wisconsin. In the fall of 2002 CROCUS assumed responsibility for the D.C. Family Impact Seminars. The purpose of these seminars is to highlight public policy controversies involving children, especially children at risk, with attention to national, state, and local policy choices and their implications for children and families in the District of Columbia and elsewhere.

For a list of past CROCUS Family Impact Seminars please see the Policy Institute for Family Impact Seminars website under District of Columbia.

 

 

 
 
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