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In-and after-school programs aim to combat mental health effects that COVID-19 worsened

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By Patrick Riley, Youth Today To emphasize her point,…

Every School…Safe, Supportive, Engaging, Inspiring Preparing for a new school year: We are hopeful

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By Center for Supportive Schools, National Mentoring Resource…

Why better data on students’ networks can start the school year off right

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By Julia Freeland Fisher, The Christensen Institute Back…

Access to Higher Education: Supports for Homeless and Foster Youth

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By Rachelle Robins, American Youth Policy Forum Young…

Students’ hidden networks: Relationship mapping as a strategy to build asset-based pathways

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By Julia Freeland Fisher, The Christensen Institute Download…

Study Shows a Key to Reducing Poverty: More Friendships Between Rich & Poor

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By Claire Cain Miller, Josh Katz, Francesca Paris, and Aatish…

A Reimagined Vision for Black Child and Family Well-being From National and Local Leaders

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By Mavis Sanders, Child Trends Despite significant gains…

Networking as a First-Generation Student Can Be Hard. Here’s How to Get Started.

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By AiLun Ku and Ray Reyes, Harvard Business Review If…

Access to Quality Youth Programs and the Role They Play in Positive Youth Development

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By Search Institute High-quality youth programs are a…

The Uneven Climb From College to Career

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By Karin Fischer, The Chronicle of Higher Education Ask…

OPINION: There’s an effective way to guide our students through mental health problems

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By Chelsea Waite and Julia Freeland Fisher, The Hechinger…

Connection Over Content: A New Era for Education Technology

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By Julia Freeland Fisher, Harvard Advanced Leadership Initiative,…

Boys & Girls Clubs Detained Youth Mentoring Program

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By Boys and Girls Club of America, National Mentoring Resource…