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There's a lot moving in federal education policy. First Focus' VP for Education Policy looks at what's happening and what needs to happen to make sure ...
KISHA BIRD
In the midst of a national jobs crises, the impact on young people and their families is catastrophic. New legislation in Congress aims to reconnect youth and set ...
To help you make sense of the newly released 2010 poverty data, SparkAction is collecting some reactions and analyses that we've found particularly helpful in ...
Poverty data released today tells a cold truth about a rich nation that could do better. The U.S. is now home to 46.2 million poor people according to the latest ...
The children's advocacy collaborative the Children's Leadership Council and their allies submitted this letter to Congress in April encouraging them to consider ...
With this article and video, learn more about what cuts to the special supplemental nutrition  program for women, infants, and children (WIC) could mean for ...
Jessica
At 18, Jessica Archuleta aged out of foster care. While most of her friends had families to help them make college plans, she was on her own—until she learned ...
Karen Pittman
The annual KIDS COUNT Data Book was released this week by the Annie E. Casey Foundation, and it got Forum for Youth Investment founder & CEO Karen Pittman ...
A budget agreement update: Late yesterday evening the White House announced that the President and Congressional leaders had signed off on an agreement to resolve ...