Press Coverage

Stoneleigh Fellow Meredith Matone discusses why the federal Maternal, Infant, and Early Childhood Home Visiting (MIECHV) program is a model for evidence-based policymaking.
Nationally, 74 percent face bullying related to their sexuality or gender at school. Education Law Center is tackling the issue locally with the help of its new Stoneleigh Emerging Leader Fellow, Lizzy Wingfield.
Stoneleigh Emerging Leader Fellow Seth Morones-Ramírez is featured by Generocity for his work with Penn's Field Center for Children’s Policy, Practice and Research providing technical support to a cohort of area colleges offering campus support programs for foster youth.
Youth placed in juvenile justice institutions face a fundamental obstacle in their career pathway: They have been removed from their communities and lack access to the full array of educational and job opportunities available to their peers. Visiting Stoneleigh Fellow Bob Listenbee is interviewed for an ongoing series by the Juvenile Law Center on career pathways and barriers for system-involved youth.
Robert L. Listenbee returns to Philadelphia to lend his national expertise in juvenile justice reform as a Stoneleigh Foundation Visiting Fellow at Drexel University.
Dr. Ted Corbin sought to address the gap between the physical and psychological treatment of victims of violence. Now five area hospitals have adopted his innovative trauma care model, Healing Hurt People.
Danielle Sered is interviewed on NPR's The Takeaway about Common Justice, a project of the VERA Institute that helps find alternatives to incarceration with victims of violence by facilitating face-to-face conversations and encouraging accountability.
Stoneleigh Fellow Kevin Bethel shares how his life experiences shaped his perspectives on juvenile justice and how police leadership and training can stop the criminalization of youth in America.
Large districts across the country, including Denver, Los Angeles and Philadelphia, are taking action to reduce the school-to-prison pipeline.
Seth Morones-Ramírez, 2017-2019 Stoneleigh Emerging Leader Fellow, grew up in and out of the foster-care system. At times, he was homeless: staying in a motel, car, group home or shelter or sleeping on the couches of kind-hearted friends.