University of Dayton early childhood students create a powerful toolkit for those who work with families in poverty.
University of Dayton early childhood students Kathryn Auletto, Elizabeth Caraher, Annemarie Fisher, Abigail Kindt, and Bethany Vannoy put their understanding of families, their technology skills and their ability to analyze research to the test to develop a new resource for those who work with families in poverty. The newSupporting Families in Poverty toolkit serves as a one stop shop for information and resources that can be used to explain practice and provide professional development. Those who are interested in learning more about the impact of poverty on families and on communities should checkout this exciting new resource. Supporting Families in Poverty.