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The Indian Child Welfare Act: A National Law Controlling the Welfare of Indigenous Children

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The affect of the situation to indigenous nations, who were losing children by the thousands, was essentially cultural genocide. Exposure of the problem and its causes imposed strong pressure on the United States government to address native child welfare law.
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Language Assistance Planning and Self-Assessment Tool

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This document provides a framework to help organizations develop a Language Assistance Plan.
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Inclusion: NAD Position Statement

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This position statement explains in detail this organization's position with regard to mainstreaming Deaf children in school settings.
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Study: Most female child molesters were victims of sexual abuse

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This brief report on Strickland's study, the largest of its kind, surveyed 130 incarcerated females, 60 of which were sex offenders and 70 of which were nonsexual offenders - and examined factors such as childhood trauma, substance abuse, emotional neediness and personality disorders. While the majority of both groups reported being the victims of childhood maltreatment, the sex offenders were significantly more likely to experience pervasive, serious and more frequent emotional abuse, physical abuse and neglect.
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Activities Guide: Enhancing and Practicing Executive Function Skills with Children from Infancy to Adolescence

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This guide describes a variety of activities and games that offer ways for adults to support and strengthen executive function and self-regulation in children.