Deborah A. Temkin
Deborah A. Temkin
Vice President for Youth Development and Education Research, Child Trends
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Bullying surveillance among youths: Uniform definitions for public health and recommended data elements, version 1.0
RM Gladden, AM Vivolo-Kantor, ME Hamburger, CD Lumpkin
A scoping review of school-based efforts to support students who have experienced trauma
B Stratford, E Cook, R Hanneke, E Katz, D Seok, H Steed, E Fulks, ...
School Mental Health 12 (3), 442-477, 2020
Using State Policy to Create Healthy Schools: Coverage of the Whole School, Whole Community, Whole Child Framework in State Statutes and Regulations
J Chriqui, V Stuart-Cassel, E Piekarz-Porter, D Temkin, K Lao, H Steed, ...
Child Trends, 2019
Black students and students with disabilities remain more likely to receive out-of-school suspensions, despite overall declines
K Harper, R Ryberg, D Temkin
Child Trends, 2019
Improving Measurement of Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity Among Middle and High School Students
D Temkin, J Belford, T McDaniel, B Stratford, D Parris
https://www.childtrends.org/publications/improving-measurement-sexual …, 2017
Social network implications of normative school transitions in non-urban school districts
DA Temkin, SD Gest, DW Osgood, M Feinberg, J Moody
Youth & Society 50 (4), 462-484, 2018
Measuring School Climate: Validating the Education Department School Climate Survey in a Sample of Urban Middle and High School Students
R Ryberg, S Her, D Temkin, R Madill, C Kelley, J Thompson, A Gabriel
AERA Open 6 (3), 2020
Responding to trauma through policies to create supportive learning environments.
K Harper, D Temkin
Child Trends, 2019
Later Start, Longer Sleep: Implications of Middle School Start Times
DA Temkin, D Princiotta, R Ryberg, DS Lewin
Journal of School Health 88 (5), 370-378, 2018
All 50 states now have a bullying law. Now what
D Temkin
Huffpost Education, 2015
Preventing violence: A review of research, evaluation, gaps, and opportunities
KA Moore, B Stratford, S Caal, C Hanson, S Hickman, D Temkin, ...
Futures Without Violence, 2015
Moving policy toward a whole school, whole community, whole child approach to support children who have experienced trauma
D Temkin, K Harper, B Stratford, V Sacks, Y Rodriguez, JD Bartlett
Journal of School Health 90 (12), 940-947, 2020
Creating policies to support healthy schools: Policymaker, educator, and student perspectives
B Solomon, E Katz, H Steed, D Temkin
Child Trends, Publication 47, 2018
Bullies in the Block Area
K DeVooght, S Daily, K Darling-Churchill, D Temkin, M Novak, ...
Early childhood origins of “mean” behaviour. Washington, DC: Child Trends, 2015
Addressing Social Aggression in State Anti-Bullying Policies.
D Temkin
Penn GSE Perspectives on Urban Education 5 (2), n2, 2008
State laws matter when it comes to district policymaking relative to the whole school, whole community, whole child framework
JF Chriqui, J Leider, D Temkin, E Piekarz‐Porter, RM Schermbeck, ...
Journal of School Health 90 (12), 907-917, 2020
Compared to majority white schools, majority Black schools are more likely to have security staff
K Harper, D Temkin
Child Trends, 2018
Data sources make it difficult to know how many school shootings happen each year
K Harper, R Ryberg, D Temkin
Child Trends, 2018
Toward better ways of measuring school climate
D Temkin, JA Thompson, A Gabriel, E Fulks, S Sun, Y Rodriguez
Phi Delta Kappan 102 (8), 52-57, 2021
The evolution of state school safety laws since the Columbine school shooting
D Temkin, V Stuart-Cassel, K Lao, B Nunez, S Kelley, C Kelley
Child Trends, 2020
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