Webinar Recording Now Available: New Research On The Child Support Landscape In Wisconsin

Three researchers from the University of Wisconsin-Madison share their study findings on the current child support context in Wisconsin as part of the webinar hosted by the Institute for Research on Poverty at UW-Madison, New Research On The Child Support Landscape in Wisconsin. Topics include the difficulties of COVID-19 on low-income noncustodial fathers, the perceptions and roles of child support agencies as connectors, and the long-term effects of child support on economic outcomes. Presenters include Affiliate Member of the UW-Madison Prevention Research Center Dr. Tova Walsh, Dr. Lisa Klein Vogel, and Dr. Jooyoung Kong. A recording of the webinar, presentation slides, and reports of each presentation are available online.

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