11 Things States Should Do to Keep Children & Families Secure in ’11

December 30, 2010

One thing most people seem to agree on, especially in difficult economic
times, is that investing in our children makes the most compassionate
as well as economic sense for our future as a country.  With that in
mind, the National Center for Children in Poverty, a think-tank at
Columbia University’s Mailman School of Public Health, strongly
recommends that states prioritize those efforts aimed at keeping
children healthy and secure.