Resource Category: Child Well-Being

Building, Sustaining and Improving: Using Federal Funds for Summer Learning and Afterschool.

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Child Well-Being | Out-of-School Time | SEL

Building, Sustaining and Improving: Using Federal Funds for Summer Learning and Afterschool.

Publication Year:  2022  

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This guide can help district leaders, out-of-school time providers and intermediaries identify federal funding streams to support summer and afterschool learning.​​​​​

By Sean Worley, Scott Palmer, Nathan Woods | EducationCounsel

Supported by:
The Wallace Foundation

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    Mindfulness in Schools

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    Child Well-Being | Mental Health | SEL

    Mindfulness in Schools

    Publication Year:  2022  

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    Penn State releases a revised Mindfulness in Schools with new information on student outcomes and impacts of school-based mindfulness programs.

    By Penn State.

    Supported by:
    Robert Wood Johnson Foundation

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      What Makes Me? Core Capacities for Living and Learning.

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      Child Well-Being | SEL

      What Makes Me? Core Capacities for Living and Learning.

      Publication Year:  2022  

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      This report explores how ‘core capacities’ – or cornerstones of more familiar concepts such as life skills and competences – develop over the early part of the life course, and how they contribute to children’s well-being and development. The purpose of the work is to assess how core capacities can improve the lives of children, and to understand the ways in which education systems and broader social systems can protect and promote these abilities.

      By UNICEF.

      Supported by:
      The Fetzer Institute.

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        Healthy Schools Ten-Year Roadmap

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        Child Well-Being

        Healthy Schools Ten-Year Roadmap

        Publication Year:  2022  

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        The Roadmap was developed by National Healthy Schools Collaborative, a collective impact group of well-established, nationally recognized organizations working in health and education.

        By Kaiser Permanente Thriving Schools and the National Healthy Schools Collaborative.

        Supported by:
        Kaiser Permanente Thriving Schools

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          We Are What We Teach

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          Child Well-Being | K-12 | Mental Health

          We Are What We Teach

          Publication Year:  2022  

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          Re-envisioning Public Education for a Just, Free, and Prosperous America

          Today’s students are experiencing a crisis of belonging and a crisis of opportunity. One-third of 15-year-olds report not feeling like they belong in their school, while stress, anxiety, and depression among students is already at record levels and rising. We need a rich vision for public education that meets this moment and offers all young people an opportunity to experience a sense of belonging and prepares them to participate fully in American society, civic life, and work.

          By The Aspen Institute Education & Society Program.

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            2021 Kids Count Data Book

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            Child Well-Being

            2021 Kids Count Data Book

            Publication Year:    June 21, 2021

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            The 32nd edition of the Annie E. Casey Foundation’s KIDS COUNT® Data Book describes how children across the United States were faring before — and during — the coronavirus pandemic.

            This year’s publication continues to deliver the Foundation’s annual state rankings and the latest available data on child well-being. It identifies multiyear trends — comparing statistics from 2010 to 2019. In addition, the report shares data on how families endured throughout the pandemic.

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