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Message ID: 8077
Date: 2009-03-16

Author:Deborah Stone

Subject:Re: grants for child welfare research

Hi Todd,

I don't really know the answer to your question but there is over 16 billion for IDEA, child care, and early head start.

As far as child welfare and the resource centers etc..I think the idea is to build infrastructure to support other child welfare activities in the future. That's my understanding but perhaps someone else can shed some more light on this.

Deb



>>> Todd McDonald 03/14/09 6:47 PM >>>

With all the money going to NIH for new grants it strikes me as odd that the childrens bureau has so little money for child welfare research. Why is that? Why is there so little federal money dedicated to child welfare issues? The CB grants always seem to be limited to resource centers and programming. Can someone shed light on this issue?



Todd















Hi Todd,

I don't really know the answer to your question but there is over 16 billion for IDEA, child care, and early head start.

As far as child welfare and the resource centers etc..I think the idea is to build infrastructure to support other child welfare activities in the future. That's my understanding but perhaps someone else can shed some more light on this.

Deb



>>> Todd McDonald 03/14/09 6:47 PM >>>

With all the money going to NIH for new grants it strikes me as odd that the childrens bureau has so little money for child welfare research. Why is that? Why is there so little federal money dedicated to child welfare issues? The CB grants always seem to be limited to resource centers and programming. Can someone shed light on this issue?



Todd