Youth-Nex is dedicated to using our platform to amplify the voices and lived experiences of adolescents who have been marginalized, to providing a venue for scholars and practitioners whose work is furthering the goal of racial justice, and to support a developmental science that is not only anti-racist, but is in the service of dismantling white supremacy.
The Remaking Middle School also hosts a podcast entitled Lessons in Adolescence exploring the many facets of adolescence from the adverse, to the awkward, to the awesome. Listen online or subscribe wherever you get your podcasts!
New CERES Institute: The Community-Engaged Research and Evaluation Sciences Institute at Boston University conducts applied research and evaluations in order to drive positive educational and life outcomes for children and youth.
Youth-Nex was founded in 2009 to expand and apply the science of positive youth development to address fundamental challenges facing societies around the world. Through science and community partnerships, Youth-Nex enhances the strengths of children and adolescents and prevents developmental risk. Our vision is that our nation’s youth - a rich, often untapped resource - may flourish.