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The State of the Data on Hispanic Children and Families: Slides

This webinar builds on a series of briefs and interactive data tools developed by the Center to assess the available data, discuss how to capitalize on it, and make recommendations for future data collection efforts to ensure our understanding of the increasingly diverse U.S. population. Panelists from different sectors will discuss their perspectives on strengths and limitations of available data and engage in discussion on this important topic.

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Briefs in this webinar include:

Improving Data Infrastructure to Recognize Hispanic Diversity in the United States

How Well Do National Surveys Measure Hispanic Families and Households?

Using Existing Large-Scale Data to Study Early Care and Education among Hispanics: Project Overview and Methodology

Using Existing Large-Scale Data to Study Early Care and Education Among Hispanics: How Hispanic Parents and Children Experience ECE Settings

Using Existing Large-Scale Data to Study Early Care and Education Among Hispanics: Families’ Utilization of Early Care and Education

Using Existing Large-Scale Data to Study Early Care and Education Among Hispanics: Search and Decision-Making