Research and evaluation activities within the Urban Child Study Center focus specifically on the triumphs and challenges that children experience while living in urban areas. We believe that healthy, successful children emerge when families, schools, and communities work together. Therefore, the Center’s activities are interdisciplinary, and representative of the most pressing issues facing children today. We strive to create lasting research-practice partnerships that bridge the divide between research and practice, contributing directing to our partners’ efforts to both “know” and “do” what works on behalf of children. We invite you to learn more about some of the Center’s ongoing research and evaluation activities.
The Partnership for School Readiness and Achievement from Age 3 to Grade 3 (Atlanta 323)
The CSD-REP is a partnership between the Office of the Superintendent of Schools and the Urban Child Study Center in the College of Education & Human Development… more »
The K-3 T&A Project is a continuation of an ongoing partnership between the Rollins Center for Language and Literacy at The Atlanta Speech School and… more »
The Grow Up Great Atlanta Team is a partnership between PNC Bank, Fernbank Museum of Natural History, the Alliance Theater/Woodruff Arts Center, Sheltering Arms Early… more »
The Urban Child Study Center has partnered with Dunbar Early Learning Complex to examine the long-term educational and behavioral outcomes of children who attended early… more »
The Urban Child Study Center has partnered with the Rollins Center for Language and Literacy to collect teacher and student information at the East Lake… more »
The purpose of the Atlanta Promise Neighborhood (APN) Partnership to Support Schools project is to support the educational goals of select elementary schools in the… more »
In 2013, the Urban Child Study Center became the local evaluation partner for Educare Atlanta.
As a member of the national Educare Learning Network, the… more »
The Rollins Center for Language & Literacy at The Atlanta Speech School developed Read Right from the Start—a comprehensive, effective professional development initiative focused on… more »