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Candidates for Friday Five

1. Building Upon the Resilience of Hispanic Families During COVID-19

Tue, Jul 27, 2021 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM EDT

National Research Center on Hispanic Children & Families





2. Both Sides of the Critical Race Theory Debate Are Abandoning Black Children | Opinion

ROBERT CHERRY, PROFESSOR EMERITUS AT BROOKLYN COLLEGE




3.  FATHERS' MULTIPLE-PARTNER FERTILITY AND CHILDREN’S EDUCATIONAL OUTCOMES 

Donna K. Ginther, Astrid L. Grasdal, Robert A. Pollak 






4. 

Learning About Hardships, Financial Strain and Social Support Among Parents with Children in Head Start from the FACES Fall 2019 Data Collection

This brief, using nationally representative data from the Head Start Family and Child Experiences Survey (FACES 2019), explores how families experience and perceive available resources and whether the measurement of constructs such as material hardship, financial strain, and social support provide better predictors of family and child well-being than measuring household income alone.

Read the Brief >

 
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Learning About Head Start Children and Families from the FACES Fall 2019 Data Collection

This report provides a national picture of the children attending Head Start in fall 2019 and their families. It shares information about the Head Start Family and Child Experiences Survey (FACES) study, including the background, design, methodology, assessments, and analytic methods, as well as detailed descriptive statistics in a series of tables on children and their families.

Read the Report >













6. This is a reminder that the Call for Proposals for the Research and Evaluation Conference on Self-Sufficiency (RECS) 2022 is open!


Submitting a proposal for the first time or want a refresher?

Join OPRE for a virtual information session on Thursday, July 22 from 4:00–5:00 pm ET to hear more about the conference, conference tracks, proposal types, and tips for a successful proposal. After registering, you will receive a confirmation from no-reply@zoom.us and a calendar invitation from RECS@impaqint.com with the session login details. The information session will be recorded. Register Here





7. From like to love: Two-thirds of romantic couples start out as friends


OR the journal article

The Friends-to-Lovers Pathway to Romance: Prevalent, Preferred, and Overlooked by Science









8. 4 VIRTUES OF GREAT MARRIAGE MENTORS

Prepare/Enrich





9. One in five women say COVID impacted on plans for having children

By Jewel Topsfield





10. Relief Foundation provides marriage counseling to 222,000 youths





11.  
  • Key Programmatic Elements of Father Engagement to Promote Self-Sufficiency (KEEP Fathers Engaged)

  • ASPE/HHS

  • https://aspe.hhs.gov/key-programmatic-elements-father-engagement-promote-self-sufficiency-keep-fathers-engaged




  • 12. 
  • China making marriage easier, divorce harder

    By FRANK CHEN




    13. What introverts married to extroverts need to know

    Mitchell Qualls




    Thanks

    Bill