• September 2018
  • Vol. 19, No. 7

Child Welfare Research

We highlight a program that pairs young parent peer educators with health experts to facilitate a pregnancy- and disease-prevention curriculum for other youth and teens as well as the latest data on child well-being in the United States.

  • Perspectives on Young Parents as Peer Educators
    Young parents employed as peer educators in teen pregnancy prevention programs often advance their own professional skillsets while successfully engaging the youth, according to a recent research...
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  • 2018 KIDS COUNT Data Book
    2018 KIDS COUNT Data Book: State Trends in Child Well-Being, published by the Annie E. Casey Foundation, measures child well-being in the United States in four areas: economic security, education,...
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