The Foundation for Child Development released a report authored by Don Hernandez and Jeffery Napierala in which the authors analyzed the Child Well-Being Index with a focus on: Family economic resources; health; educational attainments; and demographic indicators. They find that children of immigration "are equally or more likely to have a securely employed parent and less likely to live in a one-parent family. They are also less likely to be born at a low birthweight, to die as an infant, to have an impairment that limits physical activity, or to be neither enrolled in school nor working as 16- to 19-year-olds". However, children of immigration are significantly less likely to attend pre-school and have health insurance. Black children with U.S. born parents and Latino children with immigrant parents were shown to be at greatest risk on virtually all indicators. The authors also make a series of policy-related recommendations.