Sol Price School of Public Policy
NY School Psychologists Earn C on Child Abuse Reporting Test
By Holden Slattery When New York state school psychologists were tested on their ability to detect child maltreatment and their likelihood to report it to child protection authorities, many displayed knowledge deficits and a reluctance to report.
Study Finds Immigration Status Not a Risk Factor for Child Maltreatment
By Sandy Lo Immigration status does not increase the risk that Latino children will be confirmed victims of child maltreatment, according to a study published in September 2014 in the Children and Youth Services Review.
Chronic Health Conditions More Common Among Children in Child Welfare System
By Lily Conover Youth investigated by child welfare agencies in the United States suffer from chronic health conditions at a rate much higher than that of the general population, according to research published in the journal Pediatrics in March 2013.