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In 2003, Harold Hodgkinson of the Institute for Educational Leadership published a report using data from the 2000 Census subtitled “A Demographers’ View on the Neglect of America’s Youngest Children.” Using state-by-state data to highlight the variance across the US in educational opportunities and life chances for children born into poverty, he offered prescient suggestions for national initiatives that could potentially interrupt the effects of local policies. Twenty year later, the class of children born in 2000 came of age in the Pandemic at a time when ideally many would have been enrolled in or headed toward post-secondary education. In this talk Dr. Mary Erina Driscoll will review Hodgkinson’s key predictive insights and discuss how the Pandemic has and has not affected longstanding patterns for and pathways to opportunity.

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Google Calendar 2021-04-20 18:00:00 2021-04-20 19:30:00 The ‘Children’s Class of 2000’ Revisited: Outcomes and Insights Two Decades and a Pandemic Later The ‘Children’s Class of 2000’ Revisited: Outcomes and Insights Two Decades and a Pandemic Later Online Regis College hosting@bostoninteractive.com America/New_York public
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