How have the crises of 2020 – the COVID-19 pandemic and ensuing economic turmoil – impacted children and families? On September 30, 2020, we held a virtual discussion to learn from national data collected. Watch the video and see the resources below.

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Data, Children, Families, & COVID: What We Know

The COVID pandemic continues to change America – economic turmoil, job losses, uncertainty around schooling, shifting public opinions on policies to support workers and families, etc. More than one in six Americans have moved since the beginning of the pandemic. These changes will have long-lasting implications and it’s critical for grantmakers to thoughtfully consider how…

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Household Pulse Survey

The US Census is exploring the social and economic effects of the pandemic through its Household Pulse Survey. You can learn more and parse the data here.

Understanding Coronavirus in America

The University of Southern California has been looking at American lives over the course of the pandemic. Their research includes in-depth looks at essential needs, mental health, access to health care, and education opportunities. See more here.


Interested in how the pandemic has affected families with young children? The University of Oregon is holding a longitudinal study looking specifically at the intersection of the pandemic and early childhood. You can learn more about it here.