Youngmin Cho, PhD in Social Welfare from Case Western Reserve University, is a postdoctoral scholar at The Center on Urban Poverty and Community Development. His research interests focus on the effects of poverty and neighborhood disadvantage on child and family well-being, the relationship between parental employment and work-family conflict, and risk and protective factors contributing to child and adolescent development. His current work involves the evaluation of social interventions by applying a longitudinal integrated data system.
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Using Integrated Data to Identify and Protect Children From Educational Risk - a Cleveland Case Study.
by The Center on Urban Poverty and Community Development on January 8, 2019