Victor Groza discusses international adoption success on NPR

Fewer babies available for adoption by U.S. parents

NPR: The number of international adoptions by American parents has fallen almost 60 percent since its peak in 2004, as many nations have closed or restricted international adoptions. But most children adopted by American parents are growing up in secure, supportive homes. “If adoptions were not successful—if most adoptees didn’t do pretty well and most adopted parents weren’t having success—this would not continue,” said Victor Groza, the Grace F. Brody Professor of Parent-Child Studies.