• March 2019
  • Vol. 20, No. 2

Child Welfare Research

We highlight a study that looks at parent and child perspectives on a collaborative school-based program that seeks to prevent substance use, juvenile delinquency, school failure, mental health problems, and violence and a study that focuses on parent's viewpoints on the challenges they face during the early years of their children's lives in order to inform policies and programs.

  • Study Assesses Child, Parent Viewpoints on School-Based Prevention Support Program
    An article in School Community Journal looks at both the child and parent perspectives of Families and Schools Together (FAST), a collaborative school-based program that seeks to prevent substance...
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  • Raising Parent Voice to Guide Early Childhood Policy
    The early years of a child's life are the most formative. They are the foundation for a child's development, and good physical and emotional health directly contributes to positive outcomes, such...
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