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Welcome to the CRCW

The Bendheim-Thoman Center for Research on Child Wellbeing (CRCW) is an interdisciplinary center at the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs and the Office of Population Research at Princeton University. Our mission is to stimulate basic research, educate faculty and students about issues related to children's policies, and influence policymakers and practitioners at the federal, state, and local levels. read more

In the News

Children's Exposure to Violence in the Fragile Families Study
Sara McLanahan and colleagues authored a policy report about neighborhood violence, domestic violence and harsh parenting in the Fragile Families Study published by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.

Launch of The Child & Family Blog
The Future of Children, the Applied Developmental Psychology Research Group at the University of Cambridge (UK), and the Jacobs Foundation (Switzerland) have jointly launched The Child & Family Blog to share new knowledge that researchers create worldwide with all those who want to improve the lives of children.

Proposed Children’s Study Needs Refinement, Report Finds
Sara McLanahan, as an author of a congressionally mandated report on the proposed National Children’s Study, says in a Woodrow Wilson School Press Release that "if carried out successfully, the survey has the potential to be the most comprehensive study of child health and development in the world."

The Damage of Poverty is Visible as Early as Kindergarten
Vox features research from the newest volume of Future of Children, which explains how Kindergarten proficiencies vary by poverty status and how boosting family income can help.

What's Happening at CRCW

October 23rd - Fragile Families Working Group Seminar Intimate Partner Violence and the Great Recession by Danny Schneider, Kristen Harknett, and Sara McLanahan

November 6th - Fragile Families Working Group Seminar Latino Children's Self-Rated Health: The Origins of a Double Paradox? by Sharon Bzostek and Kelly Kato

November 20th - Fragile Families Working Group Seminar Fathers' Earnings and Child Wellbeing by Ron Mincy and Elia de la Cruz Toledo

December 11th - Fragile Families Working Group Seminar Genetic Sensitivity to Social Environment: Stress Reactivity Moderates the Relationship of Persistent Maternal Depression and Child Behavior by Sarah James

 

   

 

 

 

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