Dr. Pryce Selected as Policy Fellow with National Black Child Development Institute

This fellowship will elevate and accelerate Black leaders to ensure leadership at the national level more closely reflects the young children that are being served in education and other systems. Throughout this two-year program, NBCDI Policy Fellows will incubate new approaches to policies and work to reform systems to help Black children realize their full [...]

Dr. Pryce sits down with Children’s Home Society Director of Training, to discuss Racial Equity

A few weeks ago, our Institute hosted A Symposium on Racial Equity. It was an amazing experience. I was able to sit down and chat with one of our sponsors, Rene Ledford. She is the Director of Training and Quality Improvement for Children's Home Society. Listen to our reactions from the Symposium and our take [...]

Child Welfare is not Exempt from Structural Racism

  Social workers and social scientists have a duty to educate, clarify and raise consciousness when empirically unfounded conclusions that can be harmful to marginalized populations are promoted as fact. Some may read Naomi Schafer Riley’s blog for the American Enterprise Institute – No, The Child Welfare System Isn’t Racist – and deem it as just another piece [...]

White Paper: Using Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning and Predictive Analytics in Decision Making

White Paper published this week: Using Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning and Predictive Analytics in Decision Making  The world is becoming increasingly dependent on technology, cell phones, and other hand-held devices that put the entirety of the internet in the hands of users. Streaming services provide users with real-time up-to-date recommendations on television shows, YouTube clips, [...]