REPORTS & BRIEFS
Here are some of the factors that contribute to racial disparities and disproportionality in maternal and infant health.
Task Force report shows most maternal deaths were preventable.
These programs are available in Texas to keep new mothers healthy, including behavioral health.
To improve behavior, we need to stop suspending little kids and start implementing effective strategies.
Central Texas and Statewide Challenges and Opportunities to Support Maternal Behavioral Health During the First Year After Childbirth
What the Legislature accomplished for kids and where it fell short.
A Preliminary Recap of Key Children's Bills from the 2019 Texas Legislative Session
Opportunities for the Legislature to Reduce the Rising Rates of Youth Suicide Attempts in Texas
Check out our new report for policymakers and attorneys.
How Texas Schools and Policymakers Can Improve Student Learning and Behavior by Understanding the Brain Science of Childhood Trauma
Addressing teen pregnancy in foster care must be a priority.
State leaders must address child care ratios and standards to keep kids safe.
Part one of a five-part policy brief: Opportunities to Protect Children During the 2019 Legislative Session.
Part two of a five-part policy brief: Opportunities to Protect Children During the 2019 Legislative Session.
Part three of a five-part policy brief: Opportunities to Protect Children During the 2019 Legislative Session.