Summarizes the findings of a meta-analysis of the current research literature on parent training programs to identify components associated with more effective and less effective programs. It provides guidance for practitioners in making evidence-based program decisions to improve parenting skills and prevent child maltreatment.
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Houses web resources and documents geared towards families, healthcare providers, and early childhood educators to help them track a child’s development and act early if there are concerns. The program aims to improve early identification of children with autism and other developmental disabilities so children and families can get the services and support they need.
Provides guidance for individuals who have experienced traumatic life experiences and are interested in sharing their stories in an effort to promote change.
Compiles and summarizes the research regarding the impact of parent engagement on student academic achievement and provides parents with a practical tool that informs them about the school system, and includes strategies and resources necessary for children’s cognitive, academic, social and emotional growth.
Houses a plethora of information including publications, programs and projects, training and technical assistance resources.
Assists in deciphering where organizations intersect in areas such as target population; services budgeted for youth, and governance power. The tool includes steps for completing the tool before the partnerships are formed and also suggestions for how to use this tool with existing partnerships (This content is used with permission from EDC, Inc. All rights reserved).
Intended for the general public to provide a basic overview of bullying.
Provides a systematic framework for evaluating the quality of classroom-based social and emotional learning programs and applies this framework to rate and identify well-designed, evidence-based SEL programs with potential for broad dissemination to schools across the United States. Also shares best-practice guidelines for district and school teams on how to select and implement SEL programs and offers recommendations for future priorities to advance SEL research, practice and policy.
Includes a variety of resources and tools that school staff can use to educate students, staff, and parents about bullying, specifically, and school violence, generally. Resources Include handouts, videos, testimonials from students, suggestions for class activities, and more.
Provides researchers, prevention specialists, and health educators with tools to measure a range of bullying experiences: bully perpetration, bully victimization, bully-victim experiences, and bystander experiences.