Date posted: June 18th, 2015
The Schubert Center recently produced short document highlighting the state of Cleveland’s kids. Topics include child poverty, health, abuse and neglect, education, and food access. Download the snapshot. […Read more]
Date posted: June 9th, 2015
The Schubert Center extends sincere condolences to the family of Maureen Hack, Professor of Pediatrics and Obstetrics & Gynecology, who passed away recently. Dr. Hack conducted groundbreaking research on long term outcomes for prematurely born children. Read her obituary in the Plain Dealer. […Read more]
Date posted: May 22nd, 2015
Schubert Center Child Policy Director, Gabriella Celeste, presented budget testimony to the Ohio House Finance Subcommittee on Transportation on March 19 and the Ohio Senate Subcommittee on Corrections May 21. She stressed the importance of evidence-based strategies for youth involved with the juvenile justice system and the importance of keeping children positively connected to their communities.
Read her testimony to the House Finance Subcommittee on Transportation.
Read her testimony to the Senate Subcommittee on Corrections. […Read more]
Date posted: April 17th, 2015
On March 27, the Schubert Center completed its 2014-2015 Conversation Series, “Exploring Equity and Resilience in Childhood” with “Assessing and Responding to Violence Risk in Juveniles”. This event was in collaboration with Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine/University Hospitals Case Medical Center Psychiatry Grand Rounds.
Charles Scott, MD, Professor of Clinical Psychiatry, University of California, Davis; Chief, Division of Psychiatry and the Law, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Services, […Read more]
Date posted: April 16th, 2015
On April 14, the Schubert Center hosted Dr. Merav Jedwab, a postdoctoral fellow from the University of Maryland and the Haruv Institute in Israel, for a talk titled, “Decision-Making in Child Protective Services: Perspectives from Israel and the U.S. Longscan Project.” The event was co-sponsored by the Center on Urban Poverty and Community Development at the Mandel School.
Dr. Jedwab first highlighted differences between how child protective services operates in Israel versus in the US. […Read more]
Brief Describes Ohio as Model for Juvenile Justice Reforms and Savings
“Getting it Right: Realigning Juvenile Corrections in Ohio to Reinvest in What Works” shows how findings from studies on juvenile justice programs in Ohio have been used to help inform and advance cost-effective, evidence-based programs (EBPs) to better meet the needs of young people involved in Ohio’s juvenile justice system. Download the brief here.
Schubert Center Director Part of Team that
Receives $2.3 Million NIH Grant
Researchers will examine how neighborhoods influence child maltreatment rates. Read more about the grant here.
Northeast Ohio Community and Neighborhood Data for Organizing (NEO CANDO)
Access social and economic data on children in Northeast Ohio using the NEO CANDO database.