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Donald Yarosz, EdD
Research Assistant, Research Connections

Dr. Donald Yarosz currently works on the Research Connections project, the Child Care and Early Education Research Database (RDB). Donald is a former assistant research professor at the National Institute for Early Education Research (NIEER). Prior to his service at NIEER, he worked on the Early Intervention Systems Study (EISS), a longitudinal study of early intervention for young children with developmental disabilities and chronic medical conditions. He provided analytical support for the Pew Proposal for the National Institute for Early Education Research at Rutgers University, which launched the initiative. He has published articles related family literacy activities, as well as collaborated on studies of experimental early childhood curricula.  Donald received his doctoral degree from Rutgers University and has an interest in human development across the lifespan.