#124 April 2010: New Interest in Home Visitation. Learning From Experience. Certain features improve child outcomes.
#123 April 2010: New Interest in Home Visitation. Help For Some, But Not For All. Mixed outcomes still a matter of debate.
#122 April 2010: A New Approach To A Quiet Crisis. Calls for early prevention of mental, emotional, behavioral disorders.
#121 April 2010: Making School Cool Lifts Attendance. Public-private effort rallies neighborhoods around schools.
#120 April 2010: Taking On School Failure Pays Off. Pennsylvania's Pre-K Counts Demonstrates Promise.ods around schools.
#119 April 2010: In China, A Challenge For Orphanages. More beds are being filled with special needs children.
#118 April 2010: The Troubling Gap in Math Knowledge. Closing The Math Gap. Activities as simple as board games help.
#117 April 2010: The Troubling Gap in Math Knowledge. Math Deficits Start Early. Poor children tend to fall behind quickly.
#116 April 2010: iPhone, X-Box, Internet and Learning. Exploring popular technology's potential to educate.en tend to fall behind quickly.
#115 April 2010: Investing in Head Start. Starting on a Positive Note. Early Head Start provides key benefits.
#114 April 2010: Investing in Head Start. A Cost effective Solution? Studies say even small gains produce savings.
#113 April 2009: Juvenile Justice: Rethinking Punitive Reforms: Closing Science-Policy Gap: Studies identify effective juvenile justices practices.
#112 April 2009: Juvenile Justice: Rethinking Punitive Reforms: Tougher, But Effective?: Fairness and effectiveness of reforms questioned.
#111 April 2009: Better Orphanage Outcomes; Lasting Gains?: Studies looking at how children of Russian orphanages do after they leave.
#110 April 2009: Math Education and Early Childhood: Early Math Education Weak: More effective teaching in early childhood needed.
#109 April 2009: Math Education And Early Childhood: Math Abilities Begin Early: Children begin learning skills and ideas as infants.
#108 April 2009: Positive Parenting, Better Behavior: Brief intervention curbs conduct problems, improves school readiness.
#107 April 2009: Protecting The Children Of The World: UNICEF makes an ambitious attempt to create a global protection system
#106 April 2009: Children In Prison For Life: Child Offender, Adult Times: Studies profile juveniles serving life prison terms.
#105 April 2009: Children In Prison For Life: Population Explosion: Life sentences rose with tough juvenile crime laws.
#104 April 2009: New Ideas Guide Early English Learning: Learning two languages at the same time can help, not harm children.
#103 April 2009: Mothers And Depression: Undiagnosed, Untreated. Reforms focus on screening, treating mothers.
#102 April 2009: Mothers And Depression: Depression's heavy toll. Well-being of both mother and child at risk.
#101 December 2007: Child Victims No Longer An Afterthought: More emergency response plans recognize the needs of children.
#100 December 2007: Tracking Child Reforms In Post-Soviet Era: Agencies seek understanding of child welfare in developing nations.
#99 December 2007: Teachers' Education And Quality Learning. Elementary Questions: Teacher quality regulations not driving improvements.
#98 December 2007: Teachers' Education And Quality Learning. Raising Preschool Quality: Teachers' degrees don't guarantee better classrooms.
#97 December 2007: Autism Exposed: A Growing Public Concern. Demand For Services Rising: Awareness also contributing to advances in research.
#96 December 2007: Autism Exposed: A Growing Public Concern. Autism Gains the Spotlight: Advocacy, spike in prevalence help raise awareness.
#95 December 2007: Active, Involved (Overbooked?) Children. Participation in activities among children may be high, but overscheduling is not a problem.
#94 December 2007: Child Care Benchmarks Low Among States.
#93 December 2007: Families Find Affordable Child Care Scarce.
#92 December 2007: Race, Ethnicity & The Developing Child. Impact of Racial Socialization: Racial-ethnic messages may influence child outcomes.
#91 December 2007: Race, Ethnicity & The Developing Child. How They Learn About Race: Racial-ethnic messages vary among minority families.
#89 December 2006: Pathways To Desistance Study
#88 December 2006: Child Maltreatment: Victims And Perpetrators
#87 December 2006: Child Maltreatment: Victims And Perpetrators
#86 December 2006: Pre-Kindergarten Quality Factors
#85 December 2006: Pre-Kindergarten Characteristics
#84 December 2006: Non-Custodial Fathers As Engaged Parents
#83 December 2006: Children With Special Needs In Early Care And Education
#82 December 2006: Problem Behaviors And More Serious Disorders
#81 December 2006: Understanding Early Problem Behaviors
#80 December 2006: After-School Programs
#79 December 2006: Understanding Adolescent Behavior
#78 July 2005: Social Enterprise: Characteristics of Success
#77 July 2005: Social Enterprise: New Revenues for Nonprofits
#76 July 2005: Strengthening Early Learning Supports (SELS) Project
#75 July 2005: Focusing on Early Literacy
#74 July 2005: Blueprint for Improving Early Learning
#73 July 2005: Pennsylvania's Focus on Children
#72 July 2005: Pennsylvania's Child Welfare System
#71 July 2005: Foster Care: Making a Better System
#70 July 2005: Foster Care: The Need for Further Improvement
#69 July 2005: Adolescents and their Parents
#67 July 2005: Childhood Obesity: Trends and Causes
#66 July 2004: Pennsylvania's Teacher Supply
#65 July 2004: Quality Teachers Matter
#64 July 2004: Class Size Issues
#63 July 2004: Class Size Matters
#62 July 2004: Cost and Benefits of Early Care and Education
#61 July 2004: Allegheny Countty's Early Childhood Initiative
#60 July 2004: Family-Based Prevention of Problem Behaviors
#59 July 2004: Community-Based Prevention of Problem Behavior
#58 July 2004: Behavioral Problems in Very Young Children
#57 July 2004: Violent Television's Lingering Effects
#56 July 2004: Bullying: A Marker of Dangerous Behavior
#55 July 2004: Reform in Russia's Baby Homes
#54 December 2002: Family Support: Families Supporting Families: Movement Improves Child Outcomes By Helping Families Help Themselves. (December 2002)
#53 December 2002: School Readiness: Starting School Ready Or Not: Efforts In Pennsylvania To Prepare Children For School Get Mixed Reviews. (December 2002)
#52 December 2002: Early Childhood Care & Education: A Time For A Change: Access And Quality Rank High On Task Force List. (December 2002)
#51 December 2002: Early Childhood Care & Education: Recruiting Woes: Few College Graduates Choose Early Childhood. (December 2002)
#50 December 2002: Early Childhood Care & Education: In The Care Of Others: More Children In Early Services Than Ever Before. (December 2002)
#49 December 2002: Early Childhood Care & Education: Too Few Good Programs: Shortage Of Quality Early Services Is Deepening. (December 2002)
#48 December 2002: Early Childhood Care & Education: Born Ready To Learn: Making The Case For Early Childhood Services. (December 2002)
#47 December 2002: Early Childhood Care & Education: Missed Opportunities: Wider Access To Quality Early Education Urged. (December 2002)
#46 December 2002: Understanding Research: How Credible Is A Study? Knowing Certain Factors Can Help You Decide. (December 2002)
#45 December 2002: Family Tax Credits: Unclaimed Millions: Tax Credits Can Save Families Serious Money, But Many Don't Claim Them. (December 2002)
#44 December 2002: Neighborhoods: Circumstances That Count: How Neighborhoods Affect Child Outcomes. (December 2002)
#43 December 2002: Neighborhoods: Why Neighborhoods Matter: Some Characteristics Linked To Child Outcomes. (December 2002)
#44 December 2001: Welfare Reform and America's Children: When Working Pays Off: Children Do Better If Family Income Increases. (December 2001)
#43 December 2001: Helping Children Cope With Terror - Comfort, Talk, Assure: Adults Key To Recovery After Traumatic Event. (December 2001)
#42 December 2001: Helping Children Cope With Terror - Trauma's Emotional Toll: Risks To Children Depend On Many Factors. (December 2001)
#40 December 2001: Bullying - Getting Pushed Around: Bullying Survives Generations As A Common Problem. (December 2001)
#38 May 2001: Raising Non-Violent Chidren - Family Matters: Improving conditions at home may curb violence. (May 2001)
#37 May 2001: Pennsylvania's Children Update: Children of Reform: Some measures of child well-being improve in Pennsylvania following welfare reform. (May 2001)
#36 May 2001: Teen pregnancy: Children Having Children Teen pregnancies down, but U.S. rate still among the highest. (May 2001)
#35 May 2001: When Fathers Don't Father: Children suffer unless fathers become active parents. (May 2001)
#34 May 2001: Early Head Start: Getting A Head Start: Poor children benefit from early developmental interventions. (May 2001)
#33 May 2001: Parenting 101: Teaching parents to be better parents to improve child well-being. (May 2001)
#32 June 2000: Juvenile Crime Update (Part 1): After the Storm: Crime rates fall steadily following 1993 peak. (June 2000)
#31 June 2000: Juvenile Crime Update (Part 2): Facts vs. Perceptions: "Superpredator" theory belies crime data. (June 2000)
#30 June 2000: Dating Violence (Part 2): Reasons for Conflict: Why some are at greater risk of being harmed. (June 2000)
#29 June 2000: Dating Violence (Part 1): Dangerous Relationships: Dating can turn violent for many adolescents. (June 2000)
#28 November 1999: Youth Smoking (Part 2): Studies identify promising prevention strategies.
#27 November 1999: Youth Smoking (Part 1): First Time = Lifetime: Most adult smokers first lit up in adolescence.
#26 November 1999: Pennsylvania's Children (Part 2): Losing ground: Child poverty continues to climb; death rates up.
#25 November 1999: Pennsylvania's Children (Part 1): Signs of improvement: Fewer abuse cases among encouraging trends.
#24 Spring 1999: Abstinence: Little evidence found to suggest programs to discourage sexual activity prevent teen pregnancy.
#23 Spring 1999: Early Reading: Futures At Stake (Part 3): Promising strategies head off reading problems.
#22 Spring 1999: Why Children Struggle: Risks at Home and School Trip Young Readers
#21 Spring 1999: Early Reading: Futures At Stake (Part 1): Learning to read: Today, success demands higher reading skills.
#20 Winter 1999: Juvenile Crime: When Schools Take A Stand (Part 4): Ineffective strategies: Some common crime preventions don't work.
#19 Winter 1999: Juvenile Crime: When Schools Take A Stand (Part 3): Prevention that works: Several strategies effective in reducing crime.
#18 Winter 1999: Juvenile Crime: When Schools Take A Stand (Part 2): Crime & delinquency: Schools well suited to curb lingering problem.
#17 Winter 1999: Juvenile Crime: When Schools Take A Stand (Part 1): Prevention strategies: Deepening concern broadens school choices.
#16 Summer 1998: Witness to violence: Physical harm isn't the only threat to children exposed to violence.
#15 Summer 1998: Closing the school readiness gap: Some districts embrace early education to ready children for school.
#14 Summer 1998: Early Childhood Education
#13 Spring 1998: Childhood demographics: Shifting landscape: How demographic change has redefined the childhood experience.
#12 Spring 1998: Brain development: The role experience plays in shaping the lives of children.
#11 Spring 1998: Brain development: Recent research sheds light on this incredible phenomenon.
#10 Spring 1998: Preventing youth violence: Hope seen in promising interventions for children and families.
#9 Winter 1998: Path to violence: Seeds of delinquency and violent crime are planted in childhood.
#8 Winter 1998: In the custody of others: Abuse and neglect are compelling reasons to remove children from their parents. But moving them into temporary homes has its own set of risks.
#7 Winter 1998: Resilient children: Poor and dangerous neighborhoods offer children abundant opportunities to grow up aggressive and violent. Why is it that most do not?
#6 Winter 1998: Responding to suicide: School-based intervention is found to be effective in easing recovery and preventing suicidal behavior from spreading among classmates.
#5 Winter 1998: Adolescent suicide: Complex factors put adolescents at risk of committing acts of self harm.
#4 Fall 1997: TV violence: It's a mean world, stay tuned: Mass media violence and how it affects children.
#3 Fall 1997: Sleep disorders: Up all night: Poor sleep habits come easily to adolescents and are hard to break.
#2 Fall 1997: School transition: Bigger school, bigger adjustment: Moving from elementary to middle school can be a struggle for early adolescents.
#1 Fall 1997: Child poverty: When children grow up poor: Why poverty threatens the outcomes of children and families.