Penn GSE’s Marsha Richardson tells the Tampa Bay Times the most important thing parents can do to support their child is to know them.
In Ghana’s capital city of Accra, roughly 80 percent of children are enrolled in preschool by age three – but tests show that traditional call-and-response teaching, rote memorization, and corporal punishment do not lead to much learning.
At the latest TEDMED session, Penn GSE's Howard Stevenson explained how racial stress impacts health, and what we can do about it.
In Education Week, Wolf discussed her latest research on the effects living in high-poverty neighborhoods has on childhood development.
A 5-week culturally-based therapeutic program directed by Postdoctoral Fellow Riana Anderson empowers African American youth and their parents to confront racial trauma and stress together.
Writing for the Huffington Post, clinician Nitika Gupta explains that rather than planting the seed, talking about suicide can open the door to reducing loneliness and isolation.
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