This publication outlines strategies you can use to help monitor and asses an evaluator’s work. It details ways in which you can create an evaluation plan, establish a timeline for reports, write a...

Drawing a connection between violence, education, and poverty by observing the early life experiences of Latino youth as well as their families, schools, neighborhoods, and the larger society, this...

This article provides teachers and school staff with various ways to recognize and respond to the warning signs of suicide. It places an emphasis on communication between teachers, school staff, and...

This resource focuses on the risk factors surrounding youth that contribute to violence and the abuse of tobacco, alcohol and other drugs. It also focuses on the protective factors that can help...

This guide serves as an introduction to CLC and provides strategies to incorporate CLC into the Safe Schools and Healthy Students (SS/HS) initiatives.   File:  CLC guide.pdf Content Related: ...

This webinar prepares SS/HS grantees to inform federal, state, and local policymakers on the importance and positive outcomes of their local programs through SS/HS initiatives. It will help grantees...

The Crisis Preparedness, Response, and Recovery Resource Center connects educators, health providers, and families and the community with the resources they need to address critical issues related...

Restorative justice is a process for repairing harm that has been done. This brief overviews three methods of restorative justice including victim-offender mediation, family group conferencing, and...

This brief provides an overview of disaggregating student data to gather information about subpopulations. For example, data can be disaggregated by grade level, country of origin, race/ethnicity,...

Restorative justice is a centuries-old practice of repairing harm and restoring well-being when an offense has been committed. This brief describes how to effectively implement this form of...

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