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New from Research Connections
Head Start Family and Child Experiences Survey 2014 (FACES 2014) Data
The data from the latest Head Start Family and Child Experiences Survey—with nationally representative samples of Head Start programs, centers, classrooms, and children—are now available from Research Connections. Data include information collected through surveys, classroom observations, and direct assessments.

This iteration of the survey used a new study design that differs from earlier studies in sampling, measurement, and analytic approaches. We encourage data users to read the study's documentation thoroughly prior to any analysis. In addition, data users should stay tuned for forthcoming details on a future data training at the National Research Conference on Early Childhood in Washington DC, June 2018.

To assist with the use of FACES 2014 data,
Research Connections has developed a self-guided training package covering instruments, sampling design, data access, and tips for using the data, which will be released and announced in an upcoming issue of News & Resources.

In conjunction with the release of the FACES 2014 data,
Research Connections has updated its FACES dataset bibliography, which is a comprehensive list of all the publications and instruments in the Research Connections collection that use FACES data from any of its 1997, 2003, 2006, 2009, and 2014 cohorts.

New Data User Experience on Research Connections
Based on more than two years of work at ICPSR, Research Connections is pleased to offer a new experience for data users that will give them an array of new features, including the following:
  • More information at their fingertips, right from the Search Results page
  • A clean-but-familiar new design on the study homepage (tabs instead of scrolling)
  • Faster and more powerful search
  • Enhanced download statistics with visualization, charts and tables
  • Search for citations and data within the study home page
  • ICPSR series pages, newly designed, now have their own tab in the search results
In this Issue
Recent Highlights from Our Research and Policy Library
Research Connections regularly reviews the latest acquisitions and identifies reports and journal articles of high policy relevance. Link to the Recent Highlights from Our Research and Policy Libary section from the home page for the latest noteworthy additions: 
Research Findings State and Local Government Policy Resources
Tip of the Week
In each newsletter, this section will highlight a helpful feature on the Research Connections websiteTo find out more information, check out our website for helpful tips and tools on the research in our library.
Browse by Author

It’s easy to use Research Connections to browse child care and early education-related publications by author. Just browse through this list of authors and click any name to see the author’s publications. You can reach the browse by author page from the link on the top of every page.
Does Research Connections have all of your publications? Search for your own name and glance down the list of results. If you have authored additional research in the child care and early education field, we want to consider it for inclusion in our database. When your writings appear in Research Connections, your colleagues will be more likely to find, read, and cite your research. Please reach out to us at to inform us of any other works you’ve authored.
Webinar of the Week
Research Connections' collection now contains webinars and other multimedia resources. Each issue of News & Resources features one recently added webinar. Check out our website for all of the webinars in our library. 
Building the Supply of High-Quality Child Care: An Overview

This webinar, and accompanying PowerPoint presentation, explores approaches used to build the supply of high-quality child care. Panelists from Alabama, North Carolina, and Oregon share successes and lessons learned. Information on the following topics is discussed: provider payment rates, financial incentives, contracts/grants, community hub investments, family child care expansion, high quality workforce supply expansion, and Early Head Start-Child Care Partnerships (EHS-CCP).
Opportunities in the Field
Child Maltreatment Incidence Data Linkages: In Search of Innovative Projects

Share your insights and knowledge about innovative child maltreatment research to inform the Child Maltreatment Incidence Data Linkages project funded by the Administration for Children and Families’ Office of Planning, Research, and Evaluation (OPRE) in partnership with the Children’s Bureau. Accurate and ongoing surveillance of the incidence of child maltreatment and related risk and protective factors can help shape prevention and intervention efforts. One promising approach to capturing this information is by linking local, state, or federal administrative data, such as those from child welfare, health, social services, education, and public safety agencies.

OPRE wants to learn from you. Share what you know about innovative projects examining child maltreatment from: academic researchers, state and local administrators, or others using linked administrative data. There is particular interest in projects using innovative analytic approaches or data sources to examine child maltreatment incidence and related risk and protective factors. OPRE invites you to send a brief description of the project (no more than 1 page per project) via email to by February 28, 2018. Please include your contact information in the description

Apply for Position: Research Assistant, Early Childhood Policy, Center for American Progress

The Center for American Progress is hiring for a Research Assistant to join the Early Childhood Policy team. The research assistant will conduct research and analysis on policies at the federal, state, and local levels that impact children from birth through 5 years, such as child care, Head Start, home visiting and preschool.

For more information and to apply

Apply for Position: Assistant or Associate Professor of Early Childhood Development and Learning, Department of Human Development and Family Studies, Purdue University

The Department of Human Development and Family Studies at Purdue University is searching for an Assistant or Associate Professor with expertise in early childhood development and early learning (birth through 8 years). Desirable areas of expertise include early literacy and other specializations in early care and education. Candidates must have a Ph.D. or comparable degree. The successful candidate will be responsible for initiating, conducting, and publishing research, including procuring internal and external funding; teaching undergraduate and graduate courses, including courses in the early childhood teacher licensure program; mentoring graduate students; and engaging in service at the campus, community, state, and/or national level. A faculty member with a strong research program that is capable of attracting external funding is sought.

For more information and to apply

If you have a child care and early education-related opportunities of interest to our audience of researchers and policymakers, please send a short description to us.

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