Recent research reveals a positive relationship between female mayors and funding for social welfare programs.
Researchers find new data that contradict their previously held belief that cities push for community-wide green sustainability programs for their cost-saving benefits.
Problem-based learning units can help teachers identify students with advanced academic potential whose giftedness might otherwise be ignored.
The main culprit for China’s gender gap expansion in the early 1980s might have been the post-Mao land reform rather than the One Child Policy.
The connection between crime and immigration is not as solid as is portrayed in the media.
New research determines the link between illegal immigration and crime while examining the results of immigration enforcement policy on crime rates in Prince William County, Virginia.
Study shows how the positive impact of immigration extends beyond the traditional services sector.
We take a look back at the articles from our Child and Family Special Series on Juvenile Justice and the powerful, lasting consequences for the youth involved.
Adolescents who are arrested are more likely to drop out of high school and to fail to enroll in a four-year college.
Why is the rate of juvenile delinquency falling less slowly for females than for males? The key may lie in understanding the diversity in the population?