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Meeting the Needs of Long-Term English Learners

Are you concerned about English learners who have been in your schools for many years and still are not English proficient?

Celebrating Families!

This 16-week curriculum addresses the needs of children and parents in families that have serious problems with alcohol and other drugs.

Thinking About Our Future: Latino Teens Speak Out About Teen Pregnancy

The National Campaign to Prevent Teen and Unplanned Pregnancy

This pamphlet presents findings from focus groups with Latino adolescents around the topics of relationships, sex, contraception, and adolescent pregnancy.

NYC Vital Signs: Childhood Obesity is a Serious Concern in New York City

New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene

The School Bully in Cyberspace

This issue of The Challenge newsletter examines emerging trends in cyberbullying.

Diversity vs White Privilege

The following is condensed from an interview with Christine Sleeter, a professor at California State University - Monterey Bay and co-editor of Multicultural Education, Critical Pedagogy, and the P

Getting Started: Planning, Implementing and Evaluating Culturally Competent Service Delivery Systems for Children With Special Health Care Needs and Their Families

Georgetown University Center for Child and Human Development

This checklist provides suggestions on how to get started on a journey toward organizational and personal cultural competence.

PEASE (Peers Enjoying A Sober Education) Academy: The Restorative Recovery School

Minnesota Department of Education

This article describes how an alternative school focused on chemical dependency addiction recovery uses restorative circles to create a respectful, student-centered program.

Teaching and Learning in a Circle

International Institute for Restorative Practices

In this session from the Third International Conference on Conferencing, Circles, and Other Restorative Practices, held in Minnesota in August 2002, presenter Greg Lewis gives an overview of