Center on Children and Families
The Center on Children and Families studies policies that affect the well-being of America’s children and their parents, especially children in less advantaged families. The Center addresses the issues of poverty, inequality, and lack of opportunity in the United States and seeks to find more effective means of addressing these problems.
Director - Center on Children and Families
David M. Rubenstein Fellow - Economic Studies
Joseph A. Pechman Senior Fellow - Economic Studies
The Parent Trap: Reducing social inequality by supporting parents and their children
Understanding and addressing gender, class, and racial disparities in college enrollment
A comparative perspective on policies to support single-parent families