CERES Institute Voices
Jonathan F. Zaff presents theory and research in arguing that young people need a constellation of relationships to nurture, encourage, and otherwise support young people on their educational, vocational, and civic pathways.
Associate Director of Research and Evaluation for the CERES Institute for Children and Youth Shannon M. Varga, Ph.D. presented at a virtual event focused on the academic and career success of young men of color.
Jonathan F. Zaff and his colleagues at Boston University set out to learn if and how supportive relationships can help young people stay in or re-engage with school. They surveyed nearly 3,000 young people and had in-depth conversations with 120 more.
Investing in adolescents is hardly a lost cause, whether early or late. Research shows that young people continue to develop cognitively and emotionally, leaving room for interventions that can change lives.
Students with Disabilities in Florida: A family-centered inquiry into the what, why, and how of McKay and Gardiner Scholarships
Florida’s voucher program for parents of children with disabilities enables them to access private schools to meet needs that public schools cannot accommodate. How can this program help this student population perform at the same rate as all students?
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