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Important Children and Youth Related Research

Homeless Youth Likely Human Trafficking Victim: Nearly a fifth of homeless youth in the United States and Canada are victims of trafficking, reports from the University of Pennsylvania and Loyola University New Orleans find.

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US Private Philanthropy Hits Record, $373B

Donations from America's individuals, estates, foundations, and corporations reached an estimated $373.25 billion last year, setting a record for the second year in a row, according to Giving USA. That new peak in contributions is record-setting whether measured in current or inflation-adjusted dol...

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Important Children-and-Youth Related Research from Around the Nation

Study Looks at Algebra I Repetition Rates Among English Learner Students: Using data from one high school district in California and five of its seven feeder elementary school districts, the authors found that long-term English learner students who were never reclassified to English proficient have ...

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Important Children & Youth-Related Research from Around the Country

Funding Cuts Threaten Care for Young Children in Texas: Texas' early childhood intervention system has not kept pace with other states in the share of young children it serves. And with state policy changes and possible federal proposals, the program could find it more difficult to meet the needs of...

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Important Children & Youth-Related Research from Around the Country

Youth Group Posts Road Map for Investing in the Nation's Talent Pipeline: The Campaign for Youth releases "Our Youth, Our Economy, Our Future: A Road Map for Investing in the Nations' Talent Pipeline," an investment strategy that offers a set of recommendations to help national, state ...

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Important Children & Youth-Related Research from Around the Country

State K-12 Education Funding Down: A newly released Center on Budget and Policy Priorities report shows that public investment in K-12 schools – crucial for communities to thrive and the U.S. economy to offer broad opportunity – has declined dramatically in a number of states over the last ...

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Important Children and Youth Related Research from Around the Nation

Brief Addresses Educational Needs of Justice-Involved: The Center for Juvenile Justice Reform releases Education and Interagency Collaboration: A Lifeline for Justice-Involved Youth. This focuses on the importance of collaboration between policymakers and educators to address the educational nee...

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Children and Youth Related Research from Around the Nation

DoEd Releases Guidance on Homeless Children and Youth: DoEd releases guidance to states and school districts on the new provisions in the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) for supporting homeless youth. The new provisions address the needs of homeless individuals, and ensure educational rights a...

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GAO Finds Nearly $1B in Expired Federal Grant Accounts

The Government Accountability Office found approximately $994 million sitting untouched in about 8,800 expired grant accounts under the authority of the Health and Human Services Dept.'s Payment Management System last year, according to a recent report. According to the report, auditors discove...

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Children and Youth Related Research from Around the Nation

Report Urges States to Use Data Efficiently for K-12 Personalized Learning: Using education data effectively requires measuring what matters, being transparent, and protecting privacy, a report from the Data Quality Campaign finds. The report, Time to Act: Making Data Work for Students, argues t...

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