A visit from members of the Seoul Welfare Foundation in early May will mark the official launch of a research collaboration between the Foundation and the Center for Social Development.
Rigorous new research from Washington University's Brown School shows significant gains from a national service program that trains experienced Americans to help low-income children one-on-one in urban public schools.
The Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis devoted a feature article in the spring issue of its publication, Bridges, to Child Development Accounts, an innovative tool for making long-term investments in children.
Tutors over 55 who help young students on a regular basis experience positive physical and mental health outcomes, according to studies released by researchers at Washington University in St. Louis and Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine.
The World Council of Credit Unions recently launched an innovative online campaign that collects contributions from individuals in the developed world to benefit first-time savers in developing countries.
A report, conducted by researchers at the Instituto de Estudios Peruanos, investigates a matched savings program in Peru targeted at rural women, the Puno-Cusco Corridor Development Project.
The Center for Social Development announces the publication of the March 2009 SEED Account Monitoring research report.
Subtitled "The movement to give every American a trust fund at birth," the article summarizes the case for a universal children's savings account.