An Indiana county has instructed every cop on how teens differ developmentally. Unnecessary arrests have plummeted as a result.
By Meryl Davids Landau
The scientific method is designed to be indifferent to morals or values, but “Indigenous knowledge puts them back in.”
By Rachel Cernansky
The Big Pharma drug model is inefficient and unsustainable. There is an alternative.
By Patrick Adams
A program called Swift, Certain and Fair — a set of principles for both supporting parolees and holding them accountable — can help reduce recidivism.
By Tammy La Gorce
There is an effective approach to breaking the preschool-to-prison pipeline.
By David L. Kirp
Nonprofits that purchase land, build homes on it and sell them below market rate are giving low-income buyers a chance.
By Michael Friedrich
Both children and parents do better when they have access to nutrition, health care and economic opportunity. Why not provide them all in one place?
By Conor P. Williams
An agricultural movement in Italy grows on land confiscated from organized crime.
By Rhodri Davies
In Maine, inmates are growing vegetables and making meals from scratch to replace the deadly diets they have long been served.
By Patricia Leigh Brown
Through years of terror and of calm, a small museum program has brought 10-year-olds from both sides together.
By Ruth Ebenstein