School-based prevention programs

Students spend more than half of their waking hours in school, making it a critical context for addressing the “whole child,” which includes not only academic success but also health, behavior, and social and emotional development. Child Trends’ research identifies the best practices for school-based programs, to ensure students can develop the skills needed for success beyond the schoolhouse.

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School-based prevention programs Projects

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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