2019 Market Rate Final Report (PDF) 2019 Market Rate Supplemental Report (PDF) 2019 Market Rate Supplemental Report (Excel)
Gerlach, B., Tennant P., McKerlie K. (2018) Building Capacity for Restorative Discipline in Texas: An Evaluation of The Texas Schools Restorative Discipline Project. Austin, TX: The University of Texas at Austin. To read the full report,click here. To read a report synopsis, click here.
FY2016 HOPES Evaluation Report If you are having trouble accessing the report, please email Swetha Nulu at Swetha.email@example.com
All documents revised 9/24/19 2018 Market Rate Final Report (PDF) 2018 Market Rate Supplemental Report (PDF) 2018 Market Rate Supplemental Report (Excel)
A growing body of research has found that prolonged exposure to trauma and adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) can alter the brain development of children and lead to poor health and social outcomes later in life. Thus, universal prevention of children’s exposure to significant adversity should be a top priority in all communities. In addition to… Read more »
Schroeder, D., Faulkner, M., & Marra, L. (2017). 2017 Texas Child Care Market Rate Survey prepared for the Texas Workforce Commission. Austin, TX: The University of Texas at Austin, Texas Institute for Child & Family Wellbeing, Ray Marshall Center.
For the first time ever, we can begin to show the long-term effectiveness of child maltreatment prevention programs in Texas. In this analysis, TXICFW researchers gathered data from a total of 137,068 caregivers who received services from 2008 to 2015 across 253 of the 254 Texas counties and matched them with CPS Case records. Of… Read more »
The Quality Improvement Center for Adoption and Guardianship Support and Preservation (QIC-AG) is pleased to release a literature review, Risk & Protective Factors for Discontinuity in Public Adoption and Guardianship. Developed by the QIC-AG team at the University of Texas at Austin, the purpose of the literature review is to enhance understanding of the risk factors… Read more »
HOPES FY2015 Evaluation Findings Full Report This report provides a comprehensive evaluation of the HOPES program for fiscal year 2015. The evaluation used a mixed-methods approach, including interviews with 52 parents, 116 program staff members and 42 coalition/community members, as well as participant data and online survey responses from 242 individuals. Findings from the evaluation focus… Read more »
structuring-policies-and-practices-to-support-educational-resilience-of-foster-youth BY: Monica Faulkner, PhD, LMSW; Beth Gerlach PhD, LCSW; Catherine LaBrenz. Child and Family Research Institute, The University of Texas at Austin School of Social Work Foster youth have poor educational outcomes compared to youth not in foster care due to frequent moves while in care and lack of caregiver stability. Drawing on resilience theory, this… Read more »