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  • April 2017
  • Vol. 18, No. 2

Child Welfare Research

Read about how the San Francisco Human Services Agency is partnering with the University of California to develop an evidence-driven child welfare workforce; an Office of Planning, Research and Evaluation brief that explains the implications of existing State standards for incorporating relationship-based care into early care programs; and a Department of Justice study evaluating technology-based harassment within the context of other types of youth victimization and risk factors.

  • University-Child Welfare Agency Partnership Helps Build Evidence-Driven Workforce
    The San Francisco Human Services Agency (HSA) is partnering with the School of Social Welfare at the University of California, Berkeley in a public-private partnership aimed at developing an...
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  • Developing Infant-Toddler Relationship-Based Care
    According to a recent research brief from the Office of Planning, Research and Evaluation (OPRE) within the Administration for Children and Families within the U.S. Department of Health and Human...
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  • Role of Technology in Youth Harassment Victimization
    Youth who are harassed and victimized by their peers suffer most from technology-based bullying when it is reinforced by in-person harassment, according to a recent U.S. Department of Justice...
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