Candidates for Friday Five

1. Fatherhood: Ongoing Research and Program Evaluation Efforts in the Administration for Children and Families




2. APR Update: Nearpod Technology: A Way to Connect With, Teach, and Assess Your Students

Deborah Gentry, Ed.D., CFLE, NCFR Academic Program Liaison




3. MFRI Podcasts
 






4. America’s safety net needs a new vision

by Clarence H. Carter





5. Natural Play Spaces Can Benefit Children’s Health, UT Study Finds
 



6. Love and falling in love: building family happiness from the courtship
 




7. Marijuana policies are changing, but they are not always based on scientific knowledge

 DIANA H. FISHBEIN, ELIZABETH LONG AND SHARON KINGSTON  





8. Love and Marriage: Latest poll shows how Russians view matrimony and divorce
 



9. On average, older adults spend over half their waking hours alone

BY GRETCHEN LIVINGSTON





10. Why the law protects liars, cheats, and thieves in personal relationships
 





11. Practical perspectives on ‘A Roadmap to Reducing Child Poverty’
 




12 Call for Proposals for Research and Evaluation Conference on Self-Sufficiency (RECS)




13. Study Examines Drinking’s “Secondhand” Effects





Thanks.

Bill


Candidates for Friday Five

1. Unequally into “Us”: Characteristics of Individuals in Asymmetrically Committed Relationships


2. 2019 KIDS COUNT Data Book
2019 State Trends in Child Well-Being

By the Annie E. Casey Foundation





3. Getting Your Marriage Retirement-Ready NOW
 
Sammi Trujillo





4. First ever marriage review to free-up dream wedding venues
 


OR

  Relationships Education, Relationships and Sex Education (RSE) and Health Education (pp19-22)


 


5.  It’s a Graduation! Bklyn Dads Complete Program that Helps Them Reconnect with Their Kids
  
Andrea Leonhardt  





6. 5 Benefits Of Letting Your Kids Make A Mess That Prove Housework Is Overrated




7. Do you still live with your parents? Odds are you're from the Northeast

Grant Suneson
 





8. Should We All Take the Slow Road to Love?

Tara Parker-Pope  






9. Tying the knot? Some couples may face a ‘marriage tax penalty’






10. Marriage Matters: Co-habit? Ultimate cost-benefit question
  
 James and Audora Burg  





Enjoy the rest of your vacation. 😎

Bill

Candidates for Friday Five

1. Six facts about wealth in the United States

Isabel V. Sawhill and Christopher Pulliam


OR

An interactive exploration of the geography of prosperity

Ryan Nunn, Jana Parsons, and Jay Shambaugh




2. Understanding and Reducing the Impact of Political Polarization on Families
 
Tuesday, July 18 // 11 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. CT  





3. Married to debt: Couples are taking out loans to pay for their weddings

 Abha Bhattarai

 





4.Memory Bridge Documentary Airs on Amazon PRIME that Reveals New Way to Communicate With People Who Have Dementia Featuring Celebrated Canadians Jean Vanier and Dr. Sue Johnson.

 
 https://www.memorybridge.org/the-films/ available on Amazon Prime




5. Why money won’t fix the poverty problem

ANDY COOK @AndyCook_CSJ





 
6. HOW (NOT) TO POST YOUR KIDS' LIVES ON SOCIAL MEDIA






7. Divorce is more than financially devastating, it can also ruin your mental health

SAIRA PEESKER



OR

MFRI advisory council member helps launch military children’s book




 

8. Why millennials may be conservatives at heart
 
Kathleen Parker  





9.  How the Church can better respond to the problem of domestic violence

Mary Farrow





10. The Divorce Rate Is at a 40-Year Low, Unless You’re 55 or Older

Jo Craven McGinty  






11.  Helping Teenagers Feel 'Connected' to School Yields Benefits 20 Years Later

By Sarah D. Sparks





12.  Happily Ever After: Marriage & Divorce Statistics by State
June 12, 2019
Ryan DiMillo  

https://www.lifestorage.com/blog/moving/marriage-rates-divorce-rates-by-state/

Candidates for Friday Five

1. Changing Families: A Preventive Intervention Perspective




2. 5 Steps for Brain-Building Serve and Return
 

OR

What this viral video shows us about early development and fatherhood

Katharine B. Stevens



 


Jun 2019 | Richard A. Chase 






4. Family Strengthening Scholars

HHS-2019-ACF-OPRE-PR-1563






5. Multidimensional Deprivation in the United States: 2017

BRIAN GLASSMAN 


OR

Women More Likely to Have Multiple Jobs

JULIA BECKHUSEN
 


 

6. Better Schools Won’t Fix America

Like many rich Americans, I used to think educational investment could heal the country’s ills—but I was wrong. Fighting inequality must come first.

NICK HANAUER 





7. Fathers’ work and family conflicts and the outcomes for children’s mental health

Liana Leach





8. Grandparents’ Child-Care Fee Coming in 2020

Péter Cseresnyés





9. More than half of the world’s poor are children

Katharina Fenz and Kristofer Hamel






10. Reforming Child Support to Improve Outcomes for Children and Families

Vicki Turetsky


Thanks.

Bill

Candidates for Friday Five

1. 

Webinar Next Week:

To learn more about this release, check out our recently updated release notes and FAQs, and join a live demo of data.census.gov on 6/20 at 2pm ETD.


 

2. How to Teach Siblings to Resolve Their Own Arguments

By Steve Calechman





3. 2019 IARR Mini-Conference: Positive Action in Relationships






4. Want To Be Happily Married? Expert Counselors Just Revealed the 8 Things You're Doing Wrong

 Chris Matyszczyk


OR

Marriage Matters: ‘The Thing’ that makes marriage work

James and Audora Burg

 
 


5. RAND reports on how educators view social and emotional learning

 



6. 8 facts about American dads

GRETCHEN LIVINGSTON AND KIM PARKER





7. Standards of Evidence for Conducting and Reporting Economic Evaluations in Prevention Science

  • D. Max CrowleyEmail author
  • Kenneth A. Dodge 
  • W. Steven Barnett 
  • Phaedra Corso
  • Sarah Duffy 
  • Phillip Graham 
  • Mark Greenberg 
  • Ron Haskins 
  • Laura Hill
  • Damon E. Jones 
  • Lynn A. Karoly 
  • Margaret R. Kuklinski 
  • Robert Plotnick






  • 8. How Stockholm became the city of work-life balance

    Richard Orange




    9. Women, Marriage, and the National Retirement Risk Index

    by Alicia H. Munnell,Wenliang Hou and Geoffrey T. Sanzenbacher




    10. People Are Still Getting Married, and This Book Is Here to Help






    11. TEEN DEPRESSION TREATMENT SHOULD EXTEND TO PARENTS’ MARRIAGE

    KRISTIN SAMUELSON-NORTHWESTERN  





    12. 8 Dads on the Picture Books They Love Reading to Their Kids

    by Jennifer Garry




    Thanks Alysse.

    Bill