- Institute of Child Development
- College of Education and Human Development
Arthur J. Reynolds studies the effects of early childhood intervention on children’s development from school entry to early adulthood. The focal point of this work has been his role as Director of the Chicago Longitudinal Study, one of the largest and most extensive studies of the effects of early childhood intervention. The 26-year project examines the effects of intervention on education, economic well-being, health, mental health and family outcomes. Additionally, he is interested more broadly in school and family influences on child development and how evaluation research affects social policy. Reynolds is also Co-Director of the Human Capital Research Collaborative.
Articles by Arthur J. Reynolds
Much of my interest in studying the effects of early childhood learning and family programs comes from the desire to see how they link to school readiness, achievement and broader […]