Latinx Families' Strengths and Resilience Contribute to Their Well-being

This issue brief from the National Research Center on Hispanic Children and Families has reviewed 35 existing research studies on the strengths and resilience within Latinx families. Some of the key findings include that Latinx children enter schools with strong social skills, that children and families may benefit from bilingual and bicultural status, that children experience high quality parenting that is warm and supportive with good routines and predictability, and that fathers that are highly committed. The brief also makes recommendations on programs, practices, and research needed for the future. This resource supports equity.  

Natasha Cabrera, Angelica Alonso, Yu Chen, ad Rachel Ghosh
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35 pages
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