Researchers, policymakers, practitioners, parents, teachers, and funders stand at a crossroads in determining our nation’s approach to adolescence. The traditional view holds that the adolescent years comprise a difficult phase to be endured and survived. But a newer path considers adolescence to be an important time to nurture, guide, and support our youth to live the healthiest lives possible.
About this Learning Report
The collective work of adolescent development experts offers hope and support for a future inspired and powered by the energy, imagination, and resourcefulness of the next generation and generations to follow.