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Home visits from education experts are improving outcomes for Philly kids in poverty

Generocity is one of 20 news organizations producing Broke in Philly, a collaborative reporting project on solutions to poverty and the city’s push towards economic justice. The benefits of a home vis... read more

How Health Reform Could Improve Outcomes in Child Welfare

Unlike the expansion of Medicaid coverage for adults up to 133 percent of the poverty level, which the U.S. Supreme Court made optional for states, this expansion is required for all states. Former fo... read more

Kids Count: Odds against kids in poverty

And the odds of growing up in stable families with equal opportunities for health, education ... visit at-risk families to teach them skills they need to raise their kids successfully and improve thei... read more

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The Daily 202: Race continues to be a blind spot for Trump one year after Charlottesville

Consider Obama’s carefully crafted Philadelphia speech to address his former ... but you worried about an interview about a man doing good for education and generations of kids in his hometown? Shut y... read more

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45 affordable summer camps for kids

Visit the website for more information. Who: Multiple programs for multiple youth age ranges, spanning from ages 7-17. What: The mission of Mighty Writers is to teach kids how to ... development and i... read more

Initiative aimed at helping children get a better start in life offers real promise

They include the poverty coalition’s education task force ... in which family development specialists make home visits to support and educate low-income parents so they, in turn, can support and educa... read more

A voters’ guide to the candidates running for Florida governor

Our education system doesn’t prepare children from the earliest stages — 100% of our state’s should be reading at grade level. Testing and teaching to the test doesn’t show us what our kids know ... i... read more

TasWeekend: Centres providing a family of friends

“Most of our energy goes into working with the parents because you can’t improve outcomes for kids without improving the ... Last month, the Queensland Education Minister brought a delegation to visit ... read more

Pa. ranks nearly last in nation for well-being of its Latino, black children, report says

Although the report also examined outcomes for American Indian ... of U.S.-born children to remain here; improving funding of public schools in poor neighborhoods; and providing nurses who conduct hom... read more

Response: Using Social-Emotional Learning to Challenge 'Systems of Oppression'

Welcome home visits from your child's teacher(s), this presents a united front and further aligns the home and school as allies in education ... Poverty, about 15 million children are at or below the ... read more

Why focus on Lancaster County's youngest kids could break cycle of poverty

Joy Lapp, a home-visiting ... of community and education leaders. P-3 “is the leading edge of reform,” Jacobson told nearly 40 at one of the sessions. “This is the single most powerful approach that w... read more

Self-Sufficient Citizens: Public Education's Job No. 1

If everybody in America followed this rule, most long-term child poverty would disappear, and parenting would improve ... home visits, child care, preschool, food stamps, K-12 education, tax credits, ... read more



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