Refereed journal that includes research and field reports related to the school as a community of teachers, students, parents, and staff.
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Designed to integrate with both the Family Engagement Tool and Solid Foundation as an assessment instrument, this web-based survey, completed by the principal, teachers, parents, and students (in high schools), comes together in a rich report complete with charts, graphs, narratives, and guidan...
Contains a myriad of relevant resources in a variety of topics specific to youth including but not limited to: school violence prevention and evidence-based interventions. Provides links to other resources/websites.
Describes how community leaders—from law enforcement, probation, welfare and nonprofits—united as a team to help the students of Grossmont Union High School.
Provides strategies for early childhood programs to integrate cultural and linguistic competence into their services through policy, team building, and program development.
Designed to increase understanding of protective factors for youth violence perpetration by explaining methods for conceptualizing, measuring, and distinguishing risk and protective effects.
Describes CDC’s public health activities and research to prevent youth violence that include the five categories of activities that are key to CDC’s prevention work are outlined: monitoring and researching the problem, developing and evaluating prevention strategies, supporting and enhancing prev...
Provides an essential, interdisciplinary forum for new developments in the theory, research and practice of prevention.
Updates the 1994 book Reducing Risks for Mental Disorders and contains information on the status of research on programs in mental health and substance abuse prevention for children, youth, and young adults as well as suggestions for improving these programs (This content is used with permission...
Outlines the risks faced by young children with social, emotional, and behavioral problems, as well as barriers to eligibility, access to services, and service utilization. The authors conclude by recommending policy improvements needed by young children and their families.