When historians look back on 2020, they will undoubtedly see it as a year of great strife and important change.
With focus on public health, Princeton will invite approximately half of undergraduates to campus each semester, most teaching to remain online.
Recent publications using the Fragile Families & Child Wellbeing data provide a family-wide view of the effects of parental incarceration on family dynamics and child behavior, as well as potential predictors for paternal and maternal incarceration.
A new Index of Deep Disadvantage seeks to unpack poverty beyond income-based measures to other dimensions of disadvantage, including health and social mobility.
Kathy Edin and Sara McLanahan would like to announce the promotion of Kate Jaeger to Research Director of the Fragile Families Projects.
For years, the United States has built its policy in the blind, without understanding how people are working, living, and getting by. The American Voices Project relies on immersive interviews to deliver an unusually comprehensive portrait of American life across all 50 states.