Collaboration among early childhood professionals, parents, and other stakeholders is important to ensuring children's developmental needs are being met and that children reach their full potential. In this issue, read about a range of products developed to facilitate partnerships between professionals and parents to promote the developmental, social, and educational growth of young children; a case study of a collaboration between a daycare and early childhood education agency and a traditional academic children's hospital; the extent to which pediatric primary care providers share hearing and vision screening results with early care and education programs; and a study that explores and compares parents' and preschool workers' perceptions of bullying with respect to preschool workers' competence, collaboration with parents, and strategies for dealing with bullying.
Spotlight on National Adoption Month
Spotlight on Youth Homelessness
News From the Children's Bureau
We highlight findings from the most recent Adoption and Foster Care Analysis and Reporting System data for fiscal year 2016, a research snapshot about how parental work schedules affect the way families use public or private early care and education and nonparental care services, a new podcast that highlights a child welfare veteran's perspective on the biggest lessons learned by agencies and professionals, and a list of the latest updates to the Children's Bureau website.
Read a report that highlights the need for protective relationships for youth aging out of care and an article that discusses California's trauma screening implementation process and its implications for other child welfare systems as they implement their own screening processes.
This section of CBX offers publications, articles, reports, toolkits, and other resources that provide either evidence-based strategies or other concrete help to child welfare and related professionals.
This section of CBX provides a quick list of interesting resources, such as websites, videos, journals, funding or scholarship opportunities, or other materials that can be used in the field or with families.