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Rajan S. Hayre; Carlos Sierra Hernandez; Natalie Goulter; Marlene M. Moretti – Child & Youth Care Forum, 2024
Background: Research has demonstrated that parent-child attachment security and school connectedness (SC) are protective factors against substance use, depression, and suicidality during adolescence. However, past research has examined these factors independently, and little is known about how attachment security and SC work in conjunction to…
Descriptors: Attachment Behavior, Student School Relationship, Substance Abuse, Parent Child Relationship
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Lisa Schelbe; Jennifer M. Geiger; Christopher Schoborg; Lisa A. Jackson – Child & Youth Care Forum, 2024
Background: Postsecondary education can provide opportunities for students from traditionally hidden populations like those who have experienced foster care or homelessness. To assist these students, campus support programs (CSPs) provide a wide range of services and activities. Objective: Evidence of the impact of CSPs is limited, and little is…
Descriptors: Student Personnel Services, Social Support Groups, Foster Care, Social Services
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Rupal Parekh; Margaret Lloyd Sieger; Caitlin Elsaesser; Rebecca Mauldin; Lukas Champagne – Child & Youth Care Forum, 2024
Background: Previous literature suggests that children removed from home due to parental substance use disorder (SUD) and placed with older adult foster parents are more likely to achieve permanency than children placed with younger foster parents; however, little, if any, literature has examined this trend across racial identities. Objective: The…
Descriptors: Children, Foster Care, Child Caregivers, Older Adults
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Amanda J. Hasselle; Kathryn H. Howell; Hannah C. Gilliam – Child & Youth Care Forum, 2024
Background: Self-perception is an important internal resource, and violence exposure can negatively impact children's view of themselves. Although camp interventions can enhance self-perception, research has not yet examined whether camp interventions improve self-perception among children affected by family violence. Camp-based interventions…
Descriptors: Children, Family Violence, Self Concept, Experience
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Saumendra Nath De – Child & Youth Care Forum, 2024
Background: In today's fast-paced world, the complexity of family relations is growing. This demands a closer look into the effects of parental marital relationships and parents' involvement on children's literacy outcomes. Objective: The study objective was to examine the connections between parental marital status, parental involvement, and…
Descriptors: Young Children, Kindergarten, Parents, Marital Status
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Stacy N. McGuire; Hedda Meadan; Rebecca Folkerts – Child & Youth Care Forum, 2024
Background: Students with behavioral support needs are educated in elementary classrooms daily. However, teachers receive limited training to support students, resulting in limited preventative and intervention services for such students. It is currently unclear what types of training preservice and inservice teachers receive, their perceptions of…
Descriptors: Classroom Techniques, Behavior Modification, Student Behavior, Elementary School Students
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Sarah N. Lang; Erin Tebben; Rosalie Odean; Michael B. Wells; He Huang – Child & Youth Care Forum, 2024
Background: Providing quality and equitable professional development (PD) to early care and education (ECE) providers can support high-quality care for young children. Coaching is a common way of delivering PD that has demonstrated positive impacts on teacher practices, however the field has yet to summarize which providers receive coaching, who…
Descriptors: Professional Development, Early Childhood Teachers, Child Caregivers, Coaching (Performance)
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Laura Santos; Maria do Rosário Pinheiro; Daniel Rijo – Child & Youth Care Forum, 2024
Background: Psychological distress is highly noticeable among caregivers working in residential youth care (RYC). Maintaining and enhancing caregivers' professional mental health and quality of life is crucial to achieve effective outcomes in RYC. Nevertheless, trainings to protect caregivers' mental health are scarce. Considering the buffering…
Descriptors: Caregivers, Caregiver Training, Residential Programs, Youth Programs
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Laura E. Wallace; Christine Lippard; Faith M. Molthen; Ji-Young Choi; Heather Rouse – Child & Youth Care Forum, 2024
In March 2020, when public health stay home orders began in order to halt the spread of COVID-19, child care as an industry was drastically and abruptly impacted. This public health emergency highlighted the weaknesses in the child care system in the United States. This study investigated the changes in operations cost, child enrollment and…
Descriptors: Federal Legislation, Federal Aid, COVID-19, Pandemics
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Youn Kyoung Kim; Eusebius Small; Rachel D. Pounders; Salimata Lala Fall; Wendy L. Wilson – Child & Youth Care Forum, 2024
Background: Adolescent substance use is often associated with concurrent mental health problems (e.g., depression, suicide attempts, parental emotional and physical abuse, not feeling close to people at school, and lower virtual connectedness) at multiple ecological levels. Objective: This study examined whether such risk factors among adolescents…
Descriptors: High School Students, Adolescents, COVID-19, Pandemics
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Ritu Sampige; Leslie Frankel; Lida Ehteshami; Katherine Zopatti – Child & Youth Care Forum, 2024
Background: Feeding behaviors adopted by parents influence children's eating, and parent mental health may affect feeding interactions. Anxiety disorders are the most prevalent mental disorders among adults; thus, there is a need to comprehensively understand the relationship between parent anxiety symptomatology and feeding behaviors. Objective:…
Descriptors: Nutrition, Children, Parents, Food
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Junsang Park; Heejae Lee; Joonsuk Kim; Anne Q. Zhou – Child & Youth Care Forum, 2024
Background: The development of learning attitudes during middle school transition and adaptation is critical, as shown by Self-Determination Theory (SDT). However, the development of adolescents' learning attitudes throughout middle school and the impact of parenting styles on this development remains largely unexplored. Objective: This research…
Descriptors: Parent Attitudes, Middle School Students, Foreign Countries, Self Determination
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Kiera Coulter; Melissa Y. Delgado; Rajni L. Nair; Lorey A. Wheeler; Rayni Thomas – Child & Youth Care Forum, 2024
Background: The positive youth development (PYD) framework orients developmental scholarship to focusing on youth's strengths rather than deficits, however, validity evidence on PYD measures among ethnic-minority youth is limited. Objectives: The objectives of the current study were to (a) examine the factor structure of a PYD measure within a…
Descriptors: Measures (Individuals), Test Construction, Construct Validity, Adolescent Development
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Vitor H. Oliveira; Paula C. Martins; Graça S. Carvalho – Child & Youth Care Forum, 2024
Children's time use is a complex developmental phenomenon in need of a more in-depth, detailed understanding. The present study aimed to provide a comprehensive description of children's everyday lives in middle childhood and examine how different portfolios and patterns of daily activities occurring at home, school, and community are influenced…
Descriptors: Child Behavior, Activities, Elementary School Students, Grade 3
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Jose Marquez – Child & Youth Care Forum, 2024
Levels and drivers of adolescent life satisfaction (LS) vary across nations. School is known to be an important aspect of life affecting adolescent LS, but there are gender differences in how schools may influence LS. However, little is known about how these gender differences vary across countries. A series of statistical analyses (bivariate…
Descriptors: Adolescents, Life Satisfaction, Gender Differences, School Role
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