Additional Resources

We appreciate the wealth of resources on Hispanic children and families that are provided by organizations across the country. These include the work of partners in the National Hispanic Center on Hispanic Children & Families (Child Trends, Abt Associates, New York University, University of Maryland, and University of North Carolina at Greensboro), as well as the Office of Planning, Research & Evaluation, an office of the Administration for Children & Families in the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. Resources are listed first by organization type, and then by Center focus area.

Additional resources include:

Data Tool: Families’ Utilization of Early Care and Education

Our interactive data tool allows users to unpack the early care and education preference utilization among Hispanic families, separately for each data set. It gives you the capability to dig deeper into national surveys and see which include questions about number of arrangements, provider type, financial assistance, and more. Check it out.

Data Tool: Early Care and Education Search and Decision Making

Our interactive data tool allows users to unpack the early care and education preferences, priorities, and search and decision-making among Hispanic families, separately for each data set.  This interactive tool gives you the capability to quickly and efficiently dig deeper into different national surveys and see which ones include questions about the variables of interest, such as satisfaction with options, access barriers, difficulty of ECE search, and more. Check it out.

Data Tool: Unpacking Hispanic Diversity

Our interactive data tool allows users to unpack the diversity of Hispanic populations, by data set, by giving you the capability to dig deeper into national surveys and see which include questions about citizenship, literacy, heritage, and more.  Check it out.