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Welcome

The Institute for the Study of the African-American Child (ISAAC), fosters African-American education and child development through research, dissemination of information, training, community service to parents and clinical services for children. ISAAC strives to expand awareness and understanding of critical issues related to the achievement of African-American children by illuminating policy issues at the local, state and national levels.

ISAAC is a non-profit organization which has been granted 501(c)3 tax exempt status with the United States Internal Revenue Service. All memberships, donations, bequests, and gifts are tax deductible.

The mission of ISAAC is carried out through five interrelated areas:


  • Research

  • Training

  • Community Services

  • Clinical Services

  • Public Policy