Child Care

Losses Mount as Child Care Workers Look for Help
Child Care
Losses Mount as Child Care Workers Look for Help
2021-02-22 16:08:47
by Tom Ramstack

WASHINGTON -- Speaking to a congressional panel on Friday, child care experts talked about how children and their caretakers were thrown into sometimes chaotic lifestyles and schedules by the coronavirus pandemic and the recession it caused. A House Appropriations subcommittee... Read More

As Momentum Builds, Analysts Discuss Proposals for a Basic Child Allowance
Child Care
As Momentum Builds, Analysts Discuss Proposals for a Basic Child Allowance
2021-02-19 15:21:17
by Kate Michael

WASHINGTON — With proposals by both the Biden Administration and Sen. Mitt Romney coming to the table in early 2021, prospects for an American child allowance have their strongest-ever chance of coming to fruition. Both plans create a new child... Read More

Thousands File Sexual Abuse Claims Against Boy Scouts as Deadline in Bankruptcy Looms
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Thousands File Sexual Abuse Claims Against Boy Scouts as Deadline in Bankruptcy Looms

LOS ANGELES — Faced with a looming deadline next month, thousands of accusers have submitted sexual abuse claims against the Boy Scouts of America in a bankruptcy that could cost the youth organization and its insurers hundreds of millions of dollars — or... Read More

Twin Bills in Congress Seek to Tackle Growing Childhood Trauma Crisis
Mental Health
Twin Bills in Congress Seek to Tackle Growing Childhood Trauma Crisis
2020-10-16 19:28:26
by Sara Wilkerson

WASHINGTON -- Last week, Rep. Carolyn B. Maloney, D-N.Y. and Rep. Ayanna Pressley, D-Mass., announced their plan to introduce a pair of bills that take a holistic and community-based approach to addressing the growing crisis of childhood trauma. The announcement... Read More

Feds Cobbled Criminal Cases Together in Missing Children Operation, Creating False Perception
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Feds Cobbled Criminal Cases Together in Missing Children Operation, Creating False Perception

ATLANTA — Trevontae Shareef says he didn’t know that his girlfriend of seven months was a runaway from state foster care. At least, not until early August, he said, when about a dozen federal agents and police officers clad in... Read More

States Raid Fund Meant for Needy Families to Pay for Other Programs
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States Raid Fund Meant for Needy Families to Pay for Other Programs

WASHINGTON — Nearly 25 years ago, President Bill Clinton vowed to “end welfare as we know it,” and Congress bought in, passing landmark legislation designed to help millions of low-income Americans find work and get off the rolls for good.... Read More

Child Care Sector On Brink Of Collapse
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Child Care Sector On Brink Of Collapse
2020-07-28 20:31:20
by Gaspard Le Dem

WASHINGTON - Just a few months ago, Braudilia Mendez had four employees to help care for the toddlers at Curious Mind, a bilingual child care center in Washington, D.C.’s Petworth neighborhood. But when the pandemic struck, Mendez was forced to... Read More

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