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Policy Institute for
Family Impact Seminars

UW-Madison/Extension
Nancy Nicholas Hall
1300 Linden Drive
Madison WI 53706
Phone: 608-263-2353
Fax: 608-265-6048
Family Impact - Analyses Series
Analyses of Policies
A Family Perspective of the Mental Health Parity Act - Karla Balling
A Family Perspective of the Family and Medical Leave Act of 1993 - Mary Breidenbach
A Family Perspective on the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act, Part C - Elizabeth Gross
A Family Perspective on Transracial Adoption - Maureen Ittig
Analyses of Programs
A Family Perspective on a Temperament Based Parenting Program - Carol Ostergren
A Family Perspective on Home Visiting Programs - Jennifer Park
A Family Perspective on a Program for Bone Marrow Transplantation of Adults - Linda Young
Newsletter Articles
Why Is Family Involvement in Education Important? - Karen Bogenschneider, Beth Gross, and Carol Johnson
New Study Shows Children of Incarcerated Mothers Experience Multiple Challenges - Julie Poehlmann
Families High on Policymaker and Public Agendas - Beth Gross, Bettina Friese, Carol Johnson, Jennifer Reiner, and Karen Bogenschneider
Families Are Key to Curbing Health Care Costs - Beth Gross, Carol Johnson, Karen Bogenschneider, and Bettina Friese
Does Early Childhood Education Have Effects 15 Years Later? - Bettina Friese, Karen Bogenschneider, Karla Balling, and Jessica Mills
Briefing Report Chapters
A Policymaker’s Guide to Effective Juvenile Justice Programs: How Important are Family Approaches? - Carol Anderson and Karen Bogenschneider
A Policymaker’s Guide to Long-Term Care in Wisconsin: Public, Private, and Family Perspectives - Heidi Normandin and Karen Bogenschneider
Family Involvement in Education: How Important Is It? What Can Legislators Do? - Karen Bogenschneider and Carol Johnson
Do We Know What Good Parenting Is? And Can Public Policy Promote It? - Dave Riley and Karen Bogenschneider
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