• February 2019
  • Vol. 20, No. 1

Child Welfare Research

We highlight a special journal issue that features state-led evaluations of efforts to replicate and scale up evidence-based home visiting as well as a Child Trends brief that focuses on first-time parents' knowledge of childhood development and how it can inform programs and practice.

  • Special Issue Highlights State-Led Evaluations of Efforts to Scale Up Home Visiting Programs
    A special issue of Maternal and Child Health Journal highlights the state-led evaluations of efforts to replicate and scale up evidence-based home visiting under the Maternal, Infant, and Early...
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  • Parenting Knowledge Among First-Time Parents of Young Children
    When parents are more knowledgeable about child development, they tend to experience higher quality interactions with their children and are more likely to participate in more developmentally...
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