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CERES Institute for Children & Youth

By the CERES Institute for Children & Youth Boston University recently announced the launch of the CERES Institute for Children & Youth to promote educational and life outcomes for youths.   This institute aims to co-create rigorous, youth-centered research with communities to educate other researchers, practitioners, and policymakers on supporting youths (especially for those from disadvantaged […]

Fostering Relationships During COVID-19

By Maria Duarte, American Youth Policy Forum   COVID-19 Impact Over the past year, COVID-19 has directly impacted the lives of millions of families across the world. Our daily routines have transformed, and our new “normal” is quite a different way of living. Specifically, vulnerable populations such as the global majority[1], elderly, children, and people […]

A National Agenda for Children’s Mental Health

By Jessica Dym Bartlett and Brandon Stratford, Child Trends The social, emotional, and behavioral well-being of children and youth is a critical aspect of human development that lays the foundation for lifelong health and well-being. Prior to the COVID-19 pandemic, as many as one in five children had a diagnosed mental health disorder. While research […]