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This report builds from a body of work that describes how self-regulation can be applied as a framework for promoting health and well-being for youth through co-regulation.
Researchers recently published an article regarding findings that teen e-cigarette, alcohol, and marijuana use either decreased or stayed the same since the COVID-19 lockdown.
Core components are the parts, features, attributes, or characteristics of an intervention that research shows are associated with its success.
This report from America's Promise Alliance makes several recommendations for supporting young people now and in the coming years and suggests state and district leaders prioritize support for high school students in the allocation of their federal recovery funds.
This guide begins by explaining how self-regulation underlies success in many areas of life and why adolescence is a crucial time for caring adults—like HMRE and other youth-serving practitioners—to offer self-regulation support.
The application of a co-regulation framework to youth service delivery provides a promising new approach to supporting youth development and strengthening program implementation and outcomes.
The Youth Risk Behavior Survey (YRBS) Data Summary & Trends Report uses YRBS data from 2009 to 2019 to focus on four priority focus areas associated with STDs, including HIV and unintended teen pregnancy. Learn more.
The Congressional Research Service has released three reports: Federal Youth Employment and Job Training Programs, Vulnerable Youth: Employment and Job Training Programs, and Youth Labor Force Indicators in the Context of COVID-19.
The Center for Promise's nationally representative survey of high school youth reveals young people's perceptions of the pandemic’s impact on their learning and their lives.
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