Children off the Radar Screen: What the Child Welfare System Can Learn from Aviation Safety
The past year marked an unprecedented safety milestone for commercial aviation and surely provided much relief for airline passengers, especially frequent fliers. For the first time in aviation history, there was not a single fatality on commercial jet airliners, which flew 4.1 billion passengers around the world.
Educators Take Aim at Needs of Younger Foster Youth
California’s biggest school district put most of its funding for foster youth into extra high school services. But research, and advocates for youth in care, suggest that the problems start far earlier.
Fits and Starts: Two School-based Approaches to Prevent Sex Trafficking
On a late winter evening about three years ago, Barbara Hernandez stood in front of half a dozen members of the Riley Elementary School Parent Teacher Association in Long Beach, Calif.