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No matter what area you care most about, consider this: Children, teens and communities thrive when we recognize that development cuts across domains, settings, and disciplines. It's all related—a family's struggle with finances can affect a child's health; what a teen does after school has a big impact on how well he or she learns, and several longitudinal studies show that when states invest in early learning, they spend less in special education and juvenile justice services.

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Uncle Sam's Kids

February 2, 2004
Rob Capriccioso

Distance Education

February 1, 2004

Public Attitudes on Higher Education

February 1, 2004
By John Immerwahr

A Policymaker's Primer on Education Research

February 1, 2004
Patricia Lauer

Achieving Diversity

February 1, 2004

No Time to Waste

February 1, 2004
Jennifer Manlove

Federal Policy and Latinos in Higher Education

February 1, 2004
Deborah A. Santiago

Maryland's Results for Child Well-Being

February 1, 2004
David Ayer

A Policymaker's Primer on Education Research

February 1, 2004
Patricia Lauer
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