Human Capital Research Collaborative
Health and Early Childhood Development: The Impact of Health on School Readiness and Other Education Outcomes
October 14 and 15, 2010
Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis
- Child Health and Future Success (Conference summary)
Rob Grunewald, The Region, December 2010
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The HCRC’s second national conference will focus on the impact of health and early childhood development on school readiness and other educational outcomes. It is divided into three topic areas:
- Determinants of health disparities
- Effects of health interventions on child development
- Effects of national health policy on child development
The conference will provide a deeper understanding of scientific data relevant to current models of prevention and intervention in early childhood and the significance of their impact on the well-being of young children as they grow to adulthood. Specific outcomes include dissemination of findings to policy makers, further research as follow-up to data shared at the conference, and publication of a book of the conference proceedings.
Fact Briefs, April 2012
i3 Grant Announcement, December 22, 2011
HCRC receives Investing in Innovation (i3) Fund grant for Midwest CPC Expansion [pdf], December 21, 2011
U study finds big preschool payoffs, Star Tribune, June 9, 2011