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Iheoma Iruka, Ph.D.

Iheoma Iruka, Ph.D. Biography: Iheoma Iruka’s research focuses on determining how early experiences impact poor and ethnic minority children’s learning and development, and the role of the family and education environments and systems. She is engaged in projects and initiatives focused on how evidence-informed policies, systems, and practices in early education can support the optimal development and experiences of low-income, ethnic minority, and immigrant children, such as through family engagement and support, quality rating and improvement systems, and early care and education systems and programs. In particular, she has been engaged in addressing how best to ensure excellence for young diverse learners, especially Black children, such as through development of a classroom observation measure, public policies, and publications geared towards early education practitioners and policymakers. She serves on numerous national boards and committees, such as the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine committees.

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  • Celebrating 50 Years of Child Development Research

    ISBN: 978-1-68125-276-6

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    Based on presentations made at the Frank Porter Graham Child Development Institute's 50th anniversary symposium, this essential reference looks back on the Institute's trailblazing history, analyzes contemporary issues in child development, and recommends critical new research directions.

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