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New International Journal of Learning and Media to be Published by Monterey Institute of Technology & MIT Press

The Monterey Institute for Technology and Education (MITE) has received a $2 million grant from MacArthur to support the development and publication of a new quarterly journal. Read More

Report Documents Dangers to Youth in Adult Jails

It is extremely difficult to keep youth safe in adult jails, according to a new report by the Campaign for Youth Justice. It found that 21% of all substantiated victims of inmate-on-inmate sexual violence were under ... Read More

"Rights and Responsibilities Online: A Paradox for Our Times," Remarks by Jonathan F. Fanton at the Institute of Museum and Library Services Webwise Conference

MacArthur President Jonathan Fanton discusses how to keep institutions—schools, museums, libraries—central to the task of providing information people need. Read More

Research Network Influences ABA Policy on Juveniles

Informed by MacArthur-supported research, the American Bar Association (ABA) has adopted a policy calling for less punitive sentencing of juvenile offenders, including life without parole Read More

MacArthur Grant to Bolster Public Interest, Advocacy in Digital Copyright

The American Library Association's Office for Information Technology Policy (OITP) announces that its major digital copyright programs and initiatives to strengthen the public access to information, especially in libraries, will be supported by a generous ... Read More

17 Innovative Projects to Share $2 Million in Inaugural Digital Media and Learning Competition

A mixed reality game allows high school students in Los Angeles and Cairo to learn about the real-time impact of air pollution in their neighborhoods. Read More

Pathbreaking Series on Digital Media and Learning Released

The MIT Press today announced the publication of a new series on digital media and learning supported by MacArthur. Read More

Public Willing to Pay More for Rehabilitation of Juvenile Offenders

Polling data released today by the Center for Children’s Law and Policy (CCLP) show that more than 70 percent of the general public agree that incarcerating youthful offenders without rehabilitation is the same as giving ... Read More

Report: Public Attitudes and Policy Preference for Juvenile Justice Systems Reform

A poll commissioned by the Center for Children's Law and Policy as part of MacArthur's Models for Change juvenile justice reform initiative, reveals strong support for juvenile justice reforms that focus on rehabilitating youthful ... Read More

Report: Rehabilitation Versus Incarceration of Juvenile Offenders: Public Preferences in Four States

A new survey carried out by Alexa Piquero and Laurence Steinberg, both of whom served on MacArthur’s Research Network on Adolescent Development and Juvenile Justice, shows that taxpayers are more willing to pay for rehabilitative ... Read More

Remarks by Jonathan Fanton at the Models for Change Conference

MacArthur President Jonathan Fanton discusses how the Foundation's Models for Change initiative offers a smart, effective, enlightened approach to dealing with youthful offenders. Read More
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Digital Youth, Innovation, and the Unexpected

Young people’s use of digital media may result in various innovations and unexpected outcomes, from the use of videogame technologies to create films to the effect of home digital media on family life. Read More
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How Digital Media Can Engage Youth

Young people today have grown up living substantial portions of their lives online, seeking entertainment, social relationships, and a place to express themselves. Read More
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Race and Ethnicity in the Digital Media Landscape

It may have been true once that "Nobody knows you're a dog on the Internet," and that on the Internet there is no race, gender, or infirmity, but today, this notion seems quaintly idealistic. Read More