The Hispanic Profile Data Book for Idaho, 4th Edition
Christy Dearien, from the University of Idaho's McClure Center for Public Policy Research was the lead author for the Hispanic Data Book. She collected and compiled all of the data with a goal of "working towards educational, economic, and social equality for Hispanics in Idaho."
The Science of Learning and Development in Afterschool Systems and Settings
Published October 2019, this brief includes select findings from the SoLD Alliance; relevant and actionable key takeaways on relational settings; cultural competence, and trauma and adversity; suggestions for practical ways to support high-quality afterschool systems and settings; and an outline of the elements of developmentally rich contexts that foster learning and healthy development.
Council for a Strong America Report: From Risk to Opportunity: Afterschool Programs Keep Kids Safe When Juvenile Crime Peaks
Published by the Council for a Strong America with support from the Charles Stewart Mott Foundation, this report shows the impact of afterschool programs on improving public safety, increasing student academic performance, and saving taxpayer dollars, among other outcomes.
Published in October 2019
2017 Youth Risk Behavior Surveillance System (YRBSS) Results
Published in June 2018 by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, these articles and Power Points summarize national prevalence estimates by sex, grade, and race/ethnicity, national trends, state and local medians and ranges, and state maps for a variety of risk factors.
While many young people in America continue to be bombarded by severe adversity, few receive the supports and resources they need to cope and succeed. The Center for Promise is intent on learning more about the effects of ALEs and the kinds of support and resources youth need to thrive in spite of them.
Published: May 2017
The State of Girls 2017: Emerging Truths and Troubling Trends
Published by the Girl Scout Research Institute, this report focuses on girls' health and well-being in the United States. This report focuses on national and state-level trends for the following indicators: economics, physical and emotional health, education, and extracurricular/out-of-school activities.