Yoshikawa, Chaudry, CLASP, and NILC will collaborate on research-based responses to policy and legal challenges threatening the ability of unauthorized youth and citizen youth with unauthorized parents to access health and human services.
This grant will support the Research Alliance for New York City School’s efforts to be a sustainable source of high-quality, nonpartisan evidence that helps advance equity and excellence in the city’s public schools.
Sumie Okazaki, a professor of applied psychology at New York University, will immerse herself in two vastly different organizations to observe how they limit and facilitate opportunities for Asian American youth.
Morris and her colleagues will leverage data from an existing randomized control trial of a conditional cash transfer program—Opportunity New York City-Family Rewards Program (ONYC)—to examine if and how income instability affects family processes and youth school outcomes.
Investigators will examine the impact of recent exposure to violent crime on academic achievement and how the impact varies with respect to the timing of the incident, its physical proximity to the student, and the degree of violence.
How and when do changes in mothers’ depression and stress affect the psychological and physiological development of children and adolescents in low-income families? How can we create welfare policy that aids clinically depressed mothers and fosters resilience among children who ...
Adriana Villavicencio is a PI on 1 grant and a co-PI on 1 grant to New York University, a co-PI on 1 grant to University of California Irvine, and a co-PI on 1 grant to University of California, Irvine.
Stephanie Jones is a co-PI on 1 grant to Strategic Education Research Partnership, a co-PI on 1 grant to Morningside Center for Teaching Social Responsibility, and a co-PI on 1 grant to Fordham University.
How can research to improve the lives of youth in the United States also benefit the other 95 percent of the world’s youth? Questions like this highlight the urgency of bringing the highest levels of rigor to relevant research.
Carola Suárez-Orozco and colleagues explore how inequality plays out along six dimensions of disadvantage particular to immigrant-origin families. The authors outline how developments in educational and family contexts can ...
The William T. Grant Foundation invests in high-quality research focused on reducing inequality in youth outcomes and improving the use of research evidence in decisions that affect young people in the United States.