• May 2018
  • Vol. 19, No. 4

Child Welfare Research

Read about integrated student supports and how they can improve academic outcomes and well-being for children in low-income families as well as strategies for families, caregivers, providers, and communities that help overcome adverse childhood experiences.

  • Review of School Wraparound Services Suggests Effectiveness in Improving Student Outcomes
    According to a recent Child Trends report, integrated student support (ISS) initiatives show promise in improving academic outcomes for children by providing them with basic supports, such as food...
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  • Study Assesses Adverse Childhood Experiences and Strategies to Overcome Them
    A recent Child & Adolescent Health Measurement Initiative study looks at the prevalence of adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) among children in the United States and strategies for families,...
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