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Minnesota Youth Development Research Group  [62]

Persistent link to this collection: http://hdl.handle.net/11299/194886

The Minnesota Youth Development Research Group was initiated at the University of Minnesota in 2007, and is housed in the Department of Educational Psychology. The purpose of the group is to explore methodological and substantive challenges in youth development, relying on the tenets of positive psychology, ecological perspectives of youth development, and the translation of research to practice. The group primarily works with the triennial Minnesota Student Survey (Minnesota Department of Education) and similar youth data sets.


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Expanding the vision of Reimagine Minnesota: A collective education roadmap for action

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We know Minnesota is among the worst in the nation for racial disparities in K-12 education. We also know we can’t grant our way out of this crisis. Expanding the Vision of Reimagine Minnesota: A Collective Education Roadmap ...

Racial and Gender Expression Discrimination among High School Students

Chavez, Carlos; Rodriguez, Michael C; Do, Tai (2019)

A Validity Argument Sensitivity Analysis of Social and Emotional Learning Measures with Few Items

Chavez, Carlos; Rodriguez, Michael C; Vue, Kory; Cabrera, Julio (2019)

Teacher-School Support, Academic Goals, and Proportion of Latino Students: How Do They Interact?

Palma, Jose; Smith, Mireya; Miranda, Alejandra; Rodriguez, Michael C (2019)

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