University of Texas
New Study Confirms Link Between Hitting Children and Poor Outcomes
I keep a bumper sticker on the shelf in my office that reads: “It’s NEVER OK to HIT A CHILD.” A few weeks ago, a colleague – a wonderful, kind woman with an Ivy League education who is the mother of three boys – was in my office.
Structuring Policies and Practices to Support Educational Resilience of Foster Youth
According to researchers from the Child and Family Research Institute at the University of Texas at Austin School of Social Work, foster youth are more likely to have poor educational outcomes than their peers outside of the system.