Safety Science is Good for Aviation, But in Child Welfare, it Won’t Fly
In child welfare, genuine safety science demands a method that can spot the errors in all directions, including wrongful removal, writes Richard Wexler.
Finding Safety Through Roots
It's important that young people of color in foster care find a safe space to learn about their cultural identity, writes Nelly Braxton.
After Experiencing Abuse, Safety can Become a Contradiction
I feel safe when I am with those close to me. But, the comfort they provide is fleeting because I am constantly on guard, writes Luna Busch.
The Safety Net
Jazmine Anderson writes in this poem about how safety can sometimes be what you make it.
Where I am from
Ashley Calderon writes in this poem about what she identifies as her origin and home after experiencing homelessness.
Safety Isn’t Real
Youth Voice Writing Contest poetry finalist Tierra Lamore writes about how safety can be a social construct.
Youth Voice Writing Contest poetry winner Marqueishia Jackson writes about what safety looks like to her.
Through Rose-Colored Lenses
Youth Voice Writing Contest essay winner Jessica Castillo writes about how safety can sometimes be with a foster youth's biological family.
No Need for Bullying in The Debate on Homeschooling
As COVID-19 continues to destroy lives and the economy, forcing millions of American parents to begin teaching their children at home, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) took to Twitter to call for shutting down discussion about research on the safety and quality of homeschooling, as well as proposed regulation of that practice.