Beyond Housing, the bi-annual conference organized by the Institute for Children, Poverty and Homelessness, welcomes a diverse group of service providers and big-picture thinkers from across the country to explore new and innovative methods to prevent or mitigate the impact of homelessness on children. The conference will be taking place from January 15 to January 17, 2020 at the Times Square Crowne Plaza Hotel New York City.
Bess A. Rose, Ed.D., a statistician and researcher on staff in the School of Social Work, will present on the morning of Friday, January 17. Her session, entitled "Adolescent Homelessness and Long-term Educational and Workforce Outcomes: New Evidence from the Maryland Longitudinal Data System," will present new research findings on the role of adolescent homelessness in long-term college and workforce outcomes, from the Maryland Longitudinal Data System, a statewide repository of K12, postsecondary, and workforce data (mldscenter.maryland.gov). To find out more about the conference and to register, visit www.icphusa.org/beyond-housing.