For more resources visit: https://wethryve.ctb.ku.edu/resources/
Please follow the link to view the Annie E. Casey Foundation's most recent statistics on the number of youth in juvenile justice facilities, racial and ethnic disparities, reading scores in Title I schools, and the number of kids under age 6 who have both available parents in the labor force.
Please follow the link for an article recently published in Child Trends regarding reducing the racial bias in risk and needs assessments in juvenile justice systems.
Attached is a research article about ACE and the importance
efforts sooner rather than later.Adverse Childhood Experiences--attributable risk and prevention--CDC MMWR 2019.pdf
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American Journal of Community Psychology
Online Version of Record before inclusion in an issue
EditorialCommunity Psychology and Indigenous Peoples
Pauline Thompson‐Guerin, Nathaniel V. Mohatt
Version of Record online: 06 September 2019
Empirical ReviewsA Qualitative Systematic Review of Youth Participatory Action Research Implementation in U.S. High Schools
Amy J. Anderson
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