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Investing in Latino Children and Youth

Investing in Latino Children and Youth

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February 2022 | 305 pages | SAGE Publications, Inc
As a rapidly aging nation, the future economic health of the United States will in part depend upon resources invested in the early development, educational attainment, and economic security of the country’s children and youth. This volume of The ANNALS focuses particularly upon the circumstances and contributions of Latinx children and youth in this wider U.S. context.  

Comprising experts in the fields of public policy, sociology, demography, psychology, and more, the volume examines risks and opportunities that Latinx children and youth face across place, education, family, health, and economics. The volume presents both up-to-date facts and insights from Latinx experiences to inform public policy and improve social investment in Latinx youth.

Paperback: $42.00, Sale Price $33.60, ISBN: 9781071876633
Hardcover: $60.00, Sale Price $58.00, ISBN: 9781071876626

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Lisa A. Gennetian and Marta Tienda
Investing in Latino Children and Youth: Volume Introduction and Overview
Daniel T. Lichter and Kenneth M. Johnson
Opportunity and Place: Latino Children and America’s Future
Jacob S. Rugh
From Crisis to Progress: Housing and Latino Youth since 2000
Julia Mendez Smith, Danielle Crosby, and Christina Stephens
Equitable Access to High-Quality Early Care and Education: Opportunities to Better Serve Young Hispanic Children and Their Families
Claudia L. Galindo
Taking an Equity Lens: Reconceptualizing Research on Latinx Students’ Schooling Experiences and Educational Outcomes
Stella M. Flores, Tim Carroll, and Suzanne M. Lyons
Beyond the Tipping Point: Searching for a New Vision for Latino College Success in the United States
Natasha J. Cabrera, Angelica Alonso, and Yu Chen
Parenting Contributions to Latinx Children’s Development in the Early Years
Kate H. Choi and Marta Tienda
Gender and Educational Differentials in Marital Sorting of Hispanic Young Adults
Krista M. Perreira and Chenoa D. Allen
The Health of Hispanic Children from Birth to Emerging Adulthood
Krista M. Perreira, Chenoa D. Allen, and Jonathan Oberlander
Access to Health Insurance and Health Care for Hispanic Children in the United States
Lina Guzman, Dana Thomson, and Renee Ryberg
Understanding the Influence of Latino Diversity over Child Poverty in the United States
Marianne Bitler, Lisa A. Gennetian, Christina Gibson-Davis, and Marcos A. Rangel
Means-Tested Safety Net Programs and Hispanic Families: Evidence from Medicaid, SNAP, and WIC

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