Panel: Early Care and Education Supports for Low-Income Families
(Poverty and Social Policy)

Saturday, November 9, 2013: 8:00 AM-9:30 AM
Mayfair Court (Westin Georgetown)

*Names in bold indicate Presenter

Panel Organizers:  Cheri A. Vogel, Mathematica Policy Research
Panel Chairs:  Amy Madigan, Administration for Children and Families
Discussants:  Joan Lombardi, Buffett Early Childhood Fund
The Landscape of Early Care and Education for Infants and Toddlers: Findings From the National Study of Early Care and Education
Lisa Gennetian, New York University, Richard Brandon, RNB Consulting, A. Rupa Datta, National Opinion Research Center, Nicole Forry,

How Early Head Start Programs Help Meet the Child Care Needs of Low-Income Families
Cheri A. Vogel, Kimberly Boller, Yange Xue and Lauren Bernstein, Mathematica Policy Research

Neighborhood Economic Disadvantage and Children's Academic, Socioemotional, and Behavioral Development: Exploring Head Start Quality As a Mediating Mechanism
Dana C. McCoy1, Maia C Connors2, Pamela Morris2, Hirokazu Yoshikawa1, Allison H. Friedman-Krauss2 and J. Lawrence Aber2, (1)Harvard University, (2)New York University

Does Classroom Quality Matter in Head Start? Evidence From a Family-Fixed Effects Design
Terri J. Sabol, P. Lindsay Chase-Lansdale and Emily Ross, Northwestern University

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