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Prinz, Ronald J. – Future of Children, 2019
Adverse parenting practices, including child maltreatment, interfere with children's adjustment and life outcomes. In this article, Ronald Prinz describes the Triple P--Positive Parenting Program, designed to improve parenting population-wide. Prinz offers four main reasons to take a population approach. First, official records grossly…
Descriptors: Parenting Skills, Child Rearing, Parent Education, Holistic Approach
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Kilburn, M. Rebecca; Cannon, Jill S. – Future of Children, 2019
In this article, M. Rebecca Kilburn and Jill S. Cannon report on First Born, a targeted universal home visiting program operating in over half of New Mexico counties. Created in a small town in response to a lack of support for pregnant women and new parents, First Born adapts features of other home visiting programs, responding to conditions…
Descriptors: Home Visits, Parents, Family Programs, Parent Education
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Altmayer, Christina; Andrade DuBransky, Barbara – Future of Children, 2019
Los Angeles County's experience, write Christina Altmayer and Barbara Andrade DuBransky, shows how a universal offer of assistance can establish a foundation on which public and private agencies can plan meaningful systemic reform--and spark incentives for greater, more effective investments in services directed to vulnerable families. The…
Descriptors: Home Visits, Parents, Parent Education, Partnerships in Education
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Magnuson, Katherine; Schindler, Holly S. – Future of Children, 2016
Parents strongly influence their children's development, and prekindergarten and early elementary programs--especially those serving children at risk for low achievement because of their family backgrounds--often feature programming to support parents' role in their children's learning. Despite the prevalence of such programs, however, we have…
Descriptors: Parent Influence, Parent Education, Parent Participation, Parent School Relationship
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Biancarosa, Gina; Griffiths, Gina G. – Future of Children, 2012
Advances in digital technologies are dramatically altering the texts and tools available to teachers and students. These technological advances have created excitement among many for their potential to be used as instructional tools for literacy education. Yet with the promise of these advances come issues that can exacerbate the literacy…
Descriptors: Access to Education, Computers, Educational Technology, Evidence
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Bloom, Dan – Future of Children, 2010
Dan Bloom of MDRC examines policies and programs designed to help high school dropouts improve their educational attainment and labor market outcomes. So called "second-chance" programs, he says, have long provided some combination of education, training, employment, counseling, and social services. But the research record on their effectiveness…
Descriptors: Educational Attainment, Labor Market, Job Training, Young Adults
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Rumbaut, Ruben G.; Komaie, Golnaz – Future of Children, 2010
Almost 30 percent of the more than 68 million young adults aged eighteen to thirty-four in the United States today are either foreign born or of foreign parentage. As these newcomers make their transitions to adulthood, say Ruben Rumbaut and Golnaz Komaie, they differ significantly not only from one another but also from their native-parentage…
Descriptors: Ethnic Groups, Young Adults, Social Mobility, Immigration
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Furstenberg, Frank F., Jr. – Future of Children, 2010
Frank Furstenberg examines how the newly extended timetable for entering adulthood is affecting, and being affected by, the institution of the Western, particularly the American, family. He reviews a growing body of research on the family life of young adults and their parents and draws out important policy implications of the new schedule for the…
Descriptors: Family Life, Young Adults, Parent Role, Family Financial Resources
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Danziger, Sheldon; Ratner, David – Future of Children, 2010
According to Sheldon Danziger and David Ratner, changes in the labor market over the past thirty-five years, such as labor-saving technological changes, increased globalization, declining unionization, and the failure of the minimum wage to keep up with inflation, have made it more difficult for young adults to attain the economic stability and…
Descriptors: Independent Living, Outcomes of Education, Educational Attainment, Labor Market
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Stagner, Matthew W.; Lansing, Jiffy – Future of Children, 2009
Matthew Stagner and Jiffy Lansing chart developments in the field of child maltreatment and propose a new framework for preventing child abuse and neglect. They begin by describing the concept of investment-prevention as it has been applied recently in fields such as health care and welfare. They then explain how the new framework applies to…
Descriptors: Child Abuse, Prevention, Child Welfare, Social Networks
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Wulczyn, Fred – Future of Children, 2009
Fred Wulczyn explores how data on the incidence and distribution of child maltreatment shed light on planning and implementing maltreatment prevention programs. He begins by describing and differentiating among the three primary sources of national data on maltreatment. Wulczyn then points out several important patterns in the data. The first…
Descriptors: Substance Abuse, Child Abuse, Prevention, Child Welfare
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Daro, Deborah; Dodge, Kenneth A. – Future of Children, 2009
Deborah Daro and Kenneth Dodge observe that efforts to prevent child abuse have historically focused on directly improving the skills of parents who are at risk for or engaged in maltreatment. But, as experts increasingly recognize that negative forces within a community can overwhelm even well-intentioned parents, attention is shifting toward…
Descriptors: Child Abuse, Prevention, Community Responsibility, Cultural Context
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Barth, Richard P. – Future of Children, 2009
Researchers have identified four common co-occurring parental risk factors--substance abuse, mental illness, domestic violence, and child conduct problems--that lead to child maltreatment. The extent to which maltreatment prevention programs must directly address these risk factors to improve responsiveness to parenting programs or can directly…
Descriptors: Family Problems, Family Violence, Child Abuse, Prevention
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Howard, Kimberly S.; Brooks-Gunn, Jeanne – Future of Children, 2009
Kimberly Howard and Jeanne Brooks-Gunn examine home visiting, an increasingly popular method for delivering services for families, as a strategy for preventing child abuse and neglect. They focus on early interventions because infants are at greater risk for child abuse and neglect than are older children. In their article, Howard and Brooks-Gunn…
Descriptors: Child Abuse, Parenting Styles, Home Visits, Child Rearing
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Barnett, W. Steven; Belfield, Clive R. – Future of Children, 2006
Steven Barnett and Clive Belfield examine the effects of preschool education on social mobility in the United States. They note that under current policy three- and four-year-old children from economically and educationally disadvantaged families have higher preschool attendance rates than other children. But current programs fail to enroll even…
Descriptors: Preschool Education, Social Mobility, Young Children, Disadvantaged Youth