The Penn CSCC-NYU Shanghai CASER Virtual Workshop on Migration and Child Development is the second in the series of workshops on child development convened jointly by Penn and NYU Shanghai. Most immediately, the series of workshops seeks to share findings on various aspects of child development outcomes in Chinese societies and how they are shaped by policies, parents/parenting, families, community environments, and pre-primary, primary, and secondary educational institutions. More broadly, the workshops seek to connect a network of scholars with shared interests in child development in Chinese societies. This workshop is organized by the Center for the Study of Contemporary China at the University of Pennsylvania and the Center for Applied Social and Economic Research at NYU Shanghai.
Please note: The virtual workshop is open to Penn and NYU Shanghai community members and by invitation to external participants.