How our work is making a difference
The Crane Center for Early Childhood Research and Policy is a multidisciplinary research center dedicated to conducting high-quality research that improves children’s learning and development at home, in school and in the community.
Our work ranges from multi-year, federally funded projects that examine outcomes of thousands of children and families, to program evaluation work in our state, to smaller scale analyses and briefs meant to inform policy makers and practitioners.
Meet Our Staff
This week in Tuned In: Child Tax Credit study, foster care, and Ohio literacy.
Crane’s Read It Again! is a free curriculum supplement that comes in two versions: one for infants and toddlers and one for preschoolers.
Crane faculty associates have reason to celebrate!
March Research Highlights includes: absenteeism, family teacher relationships, and child protective services.