Research at Nebraska 2021-2022 Report

Tag: Nebraska Center for Research on Children Youth Families and Schools



Inspiring Innovation with Arts, Emerging Media

Nobody knows how media technology will evolve in the coming years. But helping educators and others understand, embrace and teach innovation is key to future generations’ success in using it. A Husker team is doing just that with a five-year pilot project to promote teaching innovation through arts and emerging media in Nebraska public schools. […]

Improving Support for Sex Trafficking Survivors

Sex trafficking is receiving greater attention globally. As society begins to acknowledge and tackle this silent crime, survivors have a critical, though largely absent voice. Nebraska’s Katie Edwards aims to improve community response by learning from trafficked survivors themselves. She’s collaborating with Call to Freedom, a South Dakota-based nonprofit organization that supports survivors, and the […]

Online Program Boosts Support for Rural Students

Young people are experiencing mental health challenges at unprecedented rates. Rural students often face more isolation and fewer resources than their urban peers, putting them at risk for troubled lives. In response, the Nebraska Center for Research on Children, Youth, Families and Schools is providing professional development remotely to school-based specialists working with rural students […]