Deutsch and Futch hypothesize that schools and youth programs are important settings for the formation of youth-adult relationships. They suggest that the quality, culture, and structure of these settings may facilitate or challenge the initiation and longevity of youth-adult relationships.
The journal Future of Children is developing a volume to better understand the needs of children in military families and the policies and practices that promote their well-being. The journal is a joint project of the Woodrow Wilson School of ...
Funds were given to JOBSFIRSTNYC in support of their work with Public/Private Ventures on a project to develop a set of basic interim outcome measures that could be used across workforce development programs, particularly for young adult programs.
Foundation funds will be used to launch a new CSA organization comprised of retired and active professional athletes and coaches from various sports. These professional athletes will be advocates for research-informed youth programs.
This project offers an account of how a district sought to use research and data in its teacher evaluation system and will provide insights for practitioners, policymakers, and researchers who are designing and implementing new teacher evaluation systems.
The Society for Research in Child Development’s (SRCD) Asian, Latino, and Black Caucuses and the Ethnic and Racial Issues Committee are co-sponsoring a mentoring event, “Pathways to Success for Junior and Mid-Career Faculty of Color,” at SRCD’s 2013 Biennial ...
The William T. Grant Foundation invests in high-quality research focused on reducing inequality in youth outcomes and improving the use of research evidence in decisions that affect young people in the United States.