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Phone: 608-263-2353
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What's New

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November 2002

New Issue of Family Matters Newsletter Available

Family Perspective in Health Care

Family Matters is a newsletter for state policymakers published by the Wisconsin Family Impact Seminars. Check out the fifth issue, Family Perspective in Health Care.

October 2002

New Issue of Family Matters Newsletter Available

Update on Families

Family Matters is a newsletter for state policymakers published by the Wisconsin Family Impact Seminars. Check out the fourth issue, Update on Families.

August 2002

New Portals Introduced

To aid in navigation, the Policy Institute has added portals for Policymakers and Professionals. The new portals makes it easier to access resources and materials.

May 2002

Promising Practices

Promising Practices: Connecting Good Research and Ideas with Policymaking

Read this newsletter article by the Policy Institute for Family Impact Seminars on techniques for bringing research to bear on policymaking. This article appeared recently in the Evaluation Exchange newsletter published by the Harvard Research Project.

May 2002

New Issue of Family Matters Newsletter Available

Early Childhood Care and Education Update

Family Matters is a newsletter for state policymakers published by the Wisconsin Family Impact Seminars. Check out the third issue, Early Childhood Care and Education.

January 2002

2002 Seminars

IN - Ensuring the Health of Long-Term Care: Policy Options
MI - Prostituted Teens: More Than a Runaway Problem
MI - What About Me? Children with Incarcerated Parents
OR - Poverty
WI - Early Childhood Education and Care: What Are States Doing?


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Wisconsin capitol photo courtesy of Jeff Miller, UW-Madison University Communications, 2002.