In celebration of the 20th Anniversary of the Schubert Center for Child Studies at Case Western Reserve University, the Center is convening individuals committed to child well-being in order to promote healthy child and adolescent development by exploring the context of how children grow up. Specifically, “how do we make environments effective and equitable for all of our children?” This includes an explicit focus on addressing inequities and disparities that impact children and families and our community’s home-grown solutions.
Researchers, practitioners, advocates, activists, parents, young people and others in the greater Cleveland community are invited to be a part of this day of exploration, collaboration and action. The following 6 focus areas will frame the sessions for the day: Home, Neighborhood & Community; Health (Physical & Emotional Well-Being); Important Connections/Relationships: Parenting, Peers, etc.; Education & Early Education; Justice & Legal System; Arts & Self-Expression.
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