Visiting Fellow Pashtana Durrani interviews experts in girls’ education—in the U.S. and internationally—about their research findings and what drew them to the field. Interviews cover youth social media use, countering extremism through education, and more.
Researchers and activists are pushing Title IX to new frontiers, and it’s exciting to be part of those efforts as we celebrate the law’s 50th anniversary this month.
A new study aims to identify the most effective strategies for implementing data tracking and reporting systems that identify parenting students enrolled in college.
On our blog, Visiting Scholar Kate Price reflects on the revelation that her mother knew she was being commercially sexually exploited as a child.
April 25, 2022
The newly published white paper offers policy and practice recommendations to achieve justice for victims, families, and communities.
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Kamilah Drummond-Forrester, M.A., CAGS, explains why she believes social and emotional learning is critical for effective implementation of restorative justice practices.
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