The Core Characteristics Of Generation Z

Gen­er­a­tion Z has emerged as a pop­u­la­tion increas­ing­ly wor­thy of atten­tion, espe­cial­ly now as its old­er mem­bers are in their 20s and have become a polit­i­cal­ly engaged force in recent elec­tions. Born after 1996, Gen­er­a­tion Zers made up one-tenth of the 2020 elec­torate and have added 8.3 mil­lion new­ly … Read More

Supporting Diverse Family Structures Through Social Safety Net Programs

Families do not exist in isolation but are instead deeply connected to the socioeconomic and policy environments in which they live. Changing economic conditions play a key role in how families live and form. For example, research has shown that economic stressors, … Read More

Judicial, Court, and Attorney Measures of Performance (JCAMP), Volume I: Measures

Developed by the National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges – Capacity Building Center for Judges Introduction The Judicial, Court, and Attorney Measures of Performance (JCAMP) project developed this set of performance measures to help the field understand and … Read More

Using Results Count to Realize the Promise of Equity for All

Pol­i­cyLink, a nation­al research insti­tute, is lever­ag­ing the skills and tools of Results Count®. The Casey Foundation’s unique approach to lead­er­ship devel­op­ment helps Pol­i­cyLink under­take ini­tia­tives aimed at achiev­ing equi­table results for the 100 mil­lion peo­ple in Amer­i­ca liv­ing in or near pover­ty — the … Read More

Creating Policies to Better Serve Diverse AANHPI Populations

While Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander (AANHPI) populations are, collectively, the fastest-growing racial group in the United States, these groups have rich and distinctive experiences and their unique challenges are not adequately supported by current policies; this lack of support is especially … Read More