Inclusive & Innovative Assessments for Students With Learning Disabilities

Introduction and Summary The COVID-19 pandemic sparked a national conversation about the role of public education, what should be taught, and what makes a high-quality education. The mental, emotional, and physical health of students was a pillar in the debate … Read More


The Youth Risk Behavior Survey Data Summary & Trends Report: 2011–2021 provides the most recent surveillance data, as well as 10-year trends, on health behaviors and experiences among high school students in the United States (U.S.) related to adolescent health … Read More

Teens, especially girls, are experiencing more violence, suicidal thoughts and mental health challenges.

Teen girls in the United States experienced record high levels of violence, sadness and suicide risk in recent years, amid “significant” and “heartbreaking” declines in youth health and well-being overall, according to data published Monday by the US Centers for … Read More

Education Stability for Foster Care

Supporting School Stability for Children in Foster Care during COVID-19 and Beyond

As a judge overseeing child welfare cases, you play a critical role ensuring children and youth in foster care are staying on track and making progress in school. Federal law prioritizes education stability for these children and mandates coordination by … Read More

Professionals, Friends, And Confidants: After-School Staff As Social Support To Low-Income Parents

Policy makers, practitioners, and researchers have emphasized the importance of supportive relationships between staff and parents in early childhood education settings and schools.Author(s): Barnes, Carolyn.;Nolan, Sarah.Published: 2019Journal Name: Children and Youth Services Reviewv. 98, March 2019, p. 238-251Available from: Elsevier