Engaging Urban Families in Child Mental Health Care: What does the evidence suggest?

Mary McKay, Ph.D., New York University

In this overview, Dr. Mary McKay describes the challenges and barriers that individuals face in initiating treatment for mental health problems. Dr. McKay then describes techniques that agencies and treatment providers can use to encourage their clients to participate in mental health treatment and reduce rates of treatment drop-out.

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Evidence-Based Reading Intervention Research in K-12

Barbara Foorman, Ph.D., Florida State University

In this overview, Dr. Barbara Foorman describes the foundational skills that are crucial to reading success. She also provides an overview of effective strategies for improving reading comprehension.

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Evidence-Based Instructional Strategies for Promoting the Development of Early Language and Literacy Skills for Children At-Risk

Christopher J. Lonigan, Ph.D., Florida State University

In this overview, Dr. Christopher Lonigan discusses the importance of reading and early literacy skills. He also provides an overview of evidence-based instructional strategies for young children and describes the research supporting these strategies.

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