Appendix A
Workshop Agenda and Participants

AGENDA

Monday, June 29, 2009

8:15-8:30

Welcoming Remarks

 

Stephen Raudenbush, planning committee chair

Ruby Takanishi, Foundation for Child Development

Cindy Guy, Annie E. Casey Foundation

8:30-9:15

Early Childhood Development in the Context of Mobility: Conceptual Perspectives

 

Moderator: Carl Haywood, Vanderbilt University, and committee member

Presenter: Ann Masten, University of Minnesota, and committee member

 

Discussion

9:15-10:00

School Mobility and Educational Success: A Research Synthesis

 

Moderator: Mariajosé Romero, Columbia University, and committee member

Presenter: Arthur Reynolds, University of Minnesota

 

Discussion



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Appendix A Workshop Agenda and Participants AGENDA Monday, June 29, 2009 8:15-8:30 Welcoming Remarks Stephen Raudenbush, planning committee chair Ruby Takanishi, Foundation for Child Development Cindy Guy, Annie E. Casey Foundation 8:30-9:15 Early Childhood Development in the Context of Mobility: Conceptual Perspectives Moderator: Carl Haywood, Vanderbilt University, and committee member Presenter: Ann Masten, University of Minnesota, and committee member Discussion 9:15-10:00 School Mobility and Educational Success: A Research Synthesis Moderator: Mariajosé Romero, Columbia University, and committee member Presenter: Arthur Reynolds, University of Minnesota Discussion 

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 STUDENT MOBILITY 10:00-10:10 Break 10:10-12:45 Panel 1: School Mobility Analyses Moderator: Russell Rumberger, University of California, Santa Barbara, and committee member Panelists: School Mobility in the Early Elementary Grades: Frequency and Impact from Nationally Representative Data, David T. Burkam, Valerie E. Lee, and Julie Dwyer, University of Michigan Student Mobility in North Carolina, Jane Hannaway, Urban Institute Preschool and Elementary School Mobility in Florida, Garnet L. (Lavan) Dukes, Florida Department of Education The Mobile Experience in New York City: A Special Focus on Immigrant Students, Amy Ellen Schwartz, New York University Discussion 12:45-1:45 Lunch 1:45-3:30 Panel 2: Residential Mobility and Neighborhood/Family Disruption Moderator: Claudia Jane Coulton, Case Western Reserve University, and committee member Panelists: A Population-Based Investigation of School Mobility, Family Disruption, and Homelessness in Philadelphia, John Fantuzzo and Heather Rouse, University of Pennsylvania A Qualitative Perspective: Poverty and Residential Mobility in Rural and Small Town Contexts, Kai Schafft, Pennsylvania State University

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 APPENDIX A Patterns and Structure of Neighborhood Mobility Among Families in Chicago, Robert Sampson, Harvard University Discussion 3:30-3:40 Break 3:40-5:00 Panel 3: Methodological Issues Concerning Causal Inferences Moderator: Stephen Raudenbush, University of Chicago, and planning committee chair Panelists: Identifying the Causal Impacts of School Mobility, Eric Hanushek, Stanford University and Texas Schools Project at University of Texas–Dallas Methodological Considerations in Assessing Causality in Studies of Residential Mobility, Jens Ludwig, University of Chicago Discussion 5:00 Closing Remarks and Adjournment Stephen Raudenbush Tuesday, June 30, 2009 8:30-8:45 Welcoming Remarks Stephen Raudenbush 8:45-10:55 Panel 4: The Policy and Programmatic Context of Mobility Moderator: A. Wade Boykin, Howard University, and committee member 8:45-9:25 Part I: The Policy Context Housing Policy Considerations, Sandra J. Newman, Johns Hopkins University, and committee member

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0 STUDENT MOBILITY Education Policy Considerations, David Johns, Office of Senator Edward Kennedy Discussion 9:25-10:55 Part II: Programmatic Responses Panel Respondents address the following questions in light of the policy context and their perspective: - What are the key elements of your program and what are you trying to accomplish? - What are the key lessons learned from your program that might inform future policy directions or program and research designs? - What successes or challenges have been encountered in responding to or reducing mobility? - What are the unintended consequences of program/ program components? Respondents: Advocacy and Community Action for High-Risk Children, Chester Hartman, Poverty and Race Research Action Council Policies and Practices to Mitigate the Negative Effects of Student Mobility: Observations from Arlington, V Public A Schools, Judy Apostolico-Buck, Arlington, VA, Public Schools Rent Supplements and Family Support for Highly Mobile Students, Linda Schmidt, Michigan Department of Human Services DoDEA Partnership Programs and Policies That Support Military/Mobile Children, Kathleen Facon, Department of Defense Educational Activity Partnership Discussion 10:55-11:05 Break

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 APPENDIX A 11:05-12:45 Panel 5: Directions for Future Research Moderator: Stephen Raudenbush Summary of Major Research Questions, Stephen Raudenbush Respondent Panel Respondents address the major questions and research/ methodological approaches they would use to answer the questions, and the strengths or limitations of that approach. Longitudinal & Early Childhood Datasets, Donald Hernandez, SUNY Albany Utilizing Qualitative Research, Margaret (Greta) Gibson, University of California, Santa Cruz Utilizing Administrative Data, Dennis Culhane, University of Pennsylvania Evaluating Interventions That Aim to Reduce Mobility, Arthur Reynolds, University of Minnesota Discussion 12:45-1:45 Lunch 1:45-2:45 Workshop Wrap-Up Moderator: Stephen Raudenbush Summative Comments: Russell Rumberger and Sandra Newman Discussion 2:45 Closing Remarks and Adjournment Stephen Raudenbush 3:00 Adjourn

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 STUDENT MOBILITY PARTICIPANTS Committee Members Stephen W. Raudenbush (Chair), Department of Sociology, University of Chicago A. Wade Boykin, Department of Psychology, Howard University Claudia Jane Coulton, Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences, Case Western Reserve University H. Carl Haywood, Vanderbilt University (emeritus) Ann S. Masten, Institute of Child Development, University of Minnesota Sandra J. Newman, Institute for Policy Studies, Johns Hopkins University Mariajosé Romero, National Center for Children in Poverty, Columbia University Russell W. Rumberger, Gervirtz Graduate School of Education, University of California, Santa Barbara Other Workshop Presenters Judy Apostolico-Buck, Arlington, VA, Public Schools David Burkam, University of Michigan Garnet L. (Lavan) Dukes, Florida Department of Education Julie Dwyer, University of Michigan Dennis Culhane, University of Pennsylvania Kathleen Facon, Department of Defense Educational Activity Partnership John Fantuzzo, University of Pennsylvania Margaret (Greta) Gibson, University of California, Santa Cruz Cindy Guy, Annie E. Casey Foundation Jane Hannaway, Urban Institute Eric Hanushek, Stanford University and Texas Schools Project at University of Texas–Dallas Chester Hartman, Poverty and Race Research Action Council Donald Hernandez, State University of New York, Albany David Johns, Office of Senator Edward Kennedy Valerie E. Lee, University of Michigan Jens Ludwig, University of Chicago Arthur Reynolds, University of Minnesota Heather Rouse, University of Pennsylvania Robert Sampson, Harvard University Kai Schafft, Pennsylvania State University Linda Schmidt, Michigan Department of Human Services

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 APPENDIX A Amy Ellen Schwartz, New York University Ruby Takanishi, Foundation for Child Development National Academies Staff Alexandra Beatty, Rapporteur Rosemary Chalk, Director, Board on Children, Youth, and Families Mary Ann Kasper, Senior Program Assistant Wendy Keenan, Program Associate Mary Ellen O’Connell, Study Director Julienne Palbusa, Research Assistant Taniesha Woods, Senior Program Officer Registered Attendees Diaa Ahmed, Utrecht University Efua Andoh, American Psychological Association Dara Blachman, Federal Interagency Forum on Child and Family Statistics Adriana Brigatti, Westat, Inc. Jennifer Brooks, Administration for Children and Families Stephanie Burres, Altarum Institute Priscilla Carver, Westat, Inc. Gregory Cook, Military Child Education Coalition Gretchen Cruz-Figueroa, American Psychological Association Priscilla Dass-Brailsford, Georgetown University Jamie Davis, Altarum Institute Antoinette DeSalvo-Alvano, American Psychological Association Brooke Donley, First Focus Payal Doshi, Institute for Integrative Nutrition Noelle Ellerson, American Association of School Administrators Christine Emmons, Yale University Yeetey Enuameh, Drexel University Margaret Feerick, Center for the Study of Traumatic Stress Sue Ferguson, National Coalition for Parent Involvement in Education Martha Ferretti, University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center Michael Feuer, National Research Council Rebecca Fitch, U.S. Department of Education Denise Forte, Education and Labor Committee Evelyn Frankford, University of Massachusetts Boston Sarah Friedman, CNA Corporation Astrid Gamez, Family Services Network Lisa Gennetian, Brookings Institution

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 STUDENT MOBILITY James Griffin, National Institute of Child Health and Human Development, National Institutes of Health Jennifer Guimond, Center for the Study of Traumatic Stress Jeanette Guyton-Krishnan, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Teri Hamlin, Military Child Education Coalition David Heppel, Maternal and Child Health Bureau Lee Herring, American Sociological Association Allison Holmes, Administration of Children and Families, Office of Planning, Research and Evaluation Eric Howard, SERVE Center at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro Phyllis Johnson, Wilkinsburg School District Alima Kamara, Poverty & Race Research Action Council Rhondavena LaPorte, United States Marine Corps, Marine and Family Readiness, Family Support Programs Andrea Lash, WestEd Joy Lesnick, Chapin Hall at the University of Chicago LaTosha Lewis, Consortium of Social Science Associations Stephanie Liotta, American Psychological Association Laura LoGerfo, National Center for Education Statistics Phillip Lovell, First Focus Ashlee Lybrand, National Institute on Drug Abuse Katherine MacTavish, Oregon State University Joseph Mais, Office of Representative Raul M. Grijalva Bruno V. Manno, Annie E. Casey Foundation Nancy Geyelin Margie, Office of Planning, Research, and Evaluation Mary Ann McCabe, Society for Research in Child Development Peggy McCardle, National Institute of Child Health and Human Development Annie McConnell, ICF Macro John McLaughlin, U.S. Department of Education Wakili McNeill, Zawadi Arts and Leadership Training Institute Stephanie Melmed, Youth and Family Services, Young Men’s Christian Association, Linkages to Learning Ku’ulani Miyashiro, Public Education Network Jan Moore, National Center for Homeless Education Christine Nord, Westat, Inc. Johanna Olexy, American Sociological Association Pamela Roddy, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, Center for Substance Abuse Prevention Bella Rosenberg, Broader, Bolder Approach to Education Marina Schwartz, University of California, San Francisco

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 APPENDIX A Howard Silver, Consortium of Social Science Associations Julia Slutsman, National Institutes of Health/National Institute of Child Health and Human Development/National Children’s Study Michael Spittel, National Institute of Child Health and Human Development Meagan Steiner, Public Education Network Mary Tatra, Kwizera Mukisa Co. Advocates Colin Taylor, Education Policy Office of Senator Kennedy Philip Tegeler, Poverty & Race Research Action Council Brett Theodos, Urban Institute Jennifer Turnham, Abt Associates Inc. Diana Tyson, Office of the Assistant Secretary for Planning and Evaluation Kahni Ward-Uzzell, Military Child Education Coalition Melissa Welch-Ross, National Research Council Elijah Wheeler, Jr., Linkages to Learning/Montgomery County Public Schools

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