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R2P Publications

  1. Children's Voice articles
    R2P articles appear in each bimonthly issue of CWLA's Children's Voice magazine. With its distribution to nearly 20,000 recipients, including the media and members of Congress, Children's Voice features R2P-selected programs and practices in a style appealing to a general audience. After the magazine has been published, these articles are available here.

  2. Research Roundup
    R2P will publish Research Roundup several times a year focused on a variety of child welfare and related topics. Research Roundup is designed to appeal to child welfare administrators, executives, and researchers. It highlights the research supporting programs and practices in a given subject area and includes a literature review. "The Roundup" is available here in PDF form.

  3. R2P Toolkit Series
    R2P created a Toolkit Series for agency administrators and practitioners who want to learn more about research and evaluation (R&E). Individual guides in the Toolkit Series will focus on a particular aspect of the R&E process. The guides are intended to promote interest in R&E; increase comfort and familiarity with R&E; enhance the readers' knowledge of R&E; provide resource information; and forge connections between research and effective practice. The guides, offered periodically, will be available here. The guides' design lends itself to be used as a wall poster.

  4. Annotated Bibliographies
    Based on an extensive review of the literature, R2P develops annotated bibliographies on a variety of topics in child welfare and related fields. The annotations are of juried journal articles, books, and papers on a specific topic such as family reunification and positive youth development. Most annotations include four sections: The Study, The Methods, The Findings, and an R2P Evaluation. The bibliographies are comprehensive and available here.

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