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No matter what area you care most about, consider this: Children, teens and communities thrive when we recognize that development cuts across domains, settings, and disciplines. It's all related—a family's struggle with finances can affect a child's health; what a teen does after school has a big impact on how well he or she learns, and several longitudinal studies show that when states invest in early learning, they spend less in special education and juvenile justice services.

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The Lady Gaga Case Study in Philanthropy

November 10, 2011
Jennifer Wheary

Resources on Weaning

September 13, 2011

Make the Most of Playtime

August 19, 2011

Restorative Justice: A Working Guide for Schools

August 18, 2011
Jon Kidde & Rita R. Alfred

Juvenile Justice Reform and the Stages of Systems Change

August 12, 2011
Doug Easterling, Ph.D. and Elizabeth Arnold, Ph.D.
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