From Age 3-35: Here’s How We Facilitate Student Achievement and Positive Outcomes

A new study, published in JAMA Pediatrics on the Chicago Child-Parent Center Program[CPC] finds program participants were more likely to earn post-secondary degrees than their counterparts who were not enrolled. The study is the first to examine a large scale PreK-3rd grade intervention and its effects on educational attainment through midlife. The Chicago CPC program is an early […]

Out of Juvenile Detention, Now What?

For many young people, it is difficult to get their lives back on track after being released from juvenile detention facilities, especially those from racial and ethnic minorities, a new study shows. What this new study doesn’t show is that in an era of mass incarceration and over criminalization of minor ‘offenses’ within certain communities and […]