Many adolescents face inequalities in opportunities because of disparities in community resources and bias in social systems. But these disparities can be changed. This brief from the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine highlights tools for supporting equitable adolescent development, including:

  • Policies and Programs to Reduce Disparities in Income, Wealth, and Neighborhood Resources
  • Approaches to Address Exposure to Violence and Trauma
  • Tools to Reduce Bias in Decision Making in Adolescent-Serving Systems

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