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Surprising Findings on Aging Out, Removal Reasons and More
This week we discuss the race between Texas and New York to pass the first “Family Miranda” bill for child welfare investigations, clergy as mandated reporters, and the 28th state to ban juvenile life without parole sentences.
Impact of Direct Cash Benefits to Low-Income Families Can Be Far-Reaching
A growing body of research shows the impact cash benefits can have on the safety of children
The Steady Decline of Youth Incarceration, with Melissa Sickmund
On this week’s episode, Melissa Sickmund, director of the National Center for Juvenile Justice, joins us to dive into the decades-long plummeting of youth arrests and incarceration, juvenile justice in the age of Covid-19, data blind spots and more.
Research Shows Tribal Universities Twice As Likely To Provide Child Care on Campus
New research shows that tribal colleges and universities are far more likely than mainstream schools to support students with on-site child care.
Research Shows the Impacts of Foster Care Plus the Experience of an Incarcerated Parent
New University of Minnesota research examines the mental health toll on children with an incarcerated parent who have been in foster care.
A New Data Portal Will Track Outcomes for Transition Age Foster Youth in California
California has a new tool for tracking and assessing newly public, anonymous data about the outcomes for youth aging out of foster care.
Results in Social Worker Exams Reveal Stark Racial Disparities
New data shows racial disparities in who passes the standardized test to become a licensed social worker in the U.S.