Child Trends strives to identify the educational policies, programs, and structures that create the positive conditions for learning that help youth flourish in primary and secondary school, college, career, and beyond. Our areas of research expertise include social and emotional learning and non-academic competencies; school health and wellness policies; college and workplace readiness; school climate and discipline; bullying; integrated student services; school choice; family strengths and involvement in education; STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) education; and afterschool and summer learning. We offer technical assistance including survey, measure, and indicator development, and strategic planning around school initiatives; research syntheses; data and policy analysis; training; and program evaluation.


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Re:MIX evaluation

Child Trends is collaborating with EngenderHealth and the University of Texas at Austin to evaluate Re:MIX, a school-based gender-transformative teen pregnancy prevention curriculum that employs a peer learning model, u... More
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