The CERES Institute believes all children and youth, regardless of background or circumstance, deserve all the supports they need to become thriving adults.
The latest research from CERES Institute, released in February 2022, shares the lived experiences of high school students as they navigated a drastically altered world during the 2020–2021 school year.
In partnership with MENTOR (the National Mentoring Partnership), CERES Institute is working with a set of school districts on how they can develop a “relationships strategy” for their schools. CERES Institute will serve as a research and evaluation partner for MENTOR during this three-year initiative.
CERES Institute and the National Center for Learning Disabilities (NCLD) are partnering on a mixed methods research study to develop a deeper understanding of general educators’ experiences teaching students with learning and attention issues during the COVID-19 pandemic.
CERES Institute Voices
Summer Reading with the CERES Institute: Exploring English Learners’ Access to Postsecondary Education
Summer Reading with the CERES Institute: Exploring English Learners' Access to Postsecondary Education Dr. Yasuko Kanno’s new book, English Learners' Access to Postsecondary Education: Neither College Nor Career Ready, was released last fall. We had the opportunity to...
Why Relationships Matter: Reflections from a Former Teacher Cathleen Donohue, Graduate Research Assistant, CERES Institute “Education is a relationship business… One thing we learn from mentoring is that relationships matter. Relationships matter more than anything...
We're hiring! The CERES Institute for Children & Youth is excited to announce two openings on our team. Postdoctoral Scholar We are hiring a Postdoctoral Scholar with a background or interest in positive youth development and a research focus on the role of...