• November 2010
  • Vol. 11, No. 9

Resources

  • Adoptees Have Answers Program in Minnesota
    Adoptees Have Answers (AHA), based in Minnesota, is an all-adoptee staffed and led initiative and a live and virtual community designed to be a safe environment for the exchange of...
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  • Making Classroom Assignments More Adoption-Friendly
    The September 2010 issue of Adoption Advocate, a publication of the National Council For Adoption, discusses how the classroom can be more adoption-friendly for foster and adopted children....
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  • Advocating for an End to Corporal Punishment
    Eliminating spanking as a means of disciplining children is the focus of Plain Talk About Spanking, a factsheet from Parents and Teachers Against Violence in Education (PTAVE). Author Jordan Riak...
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  • Increasing Access to Higher Education for Unaccompanied Youth
    For unaccompanied homeless youth who lack the support and guidance of an adult, the hope of attending college presents many struggles, such as how they will pay tuition and where will they reside...
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  • Doris Duke Prevention Fellowship
    The Doris Duke Charitable Foundation and Chapin Hall at the University of Chicago are offering the Doris Duke Fellowship for the Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect. Doctoral students interested...
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