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Crippling anxiety and depression, lost loved ones, selling sex acts to survive — vulnerable teens are facing a world of pain during the pandemic, explains Dr. Angela Diaz.
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This week, we’re proud to welcome 23 journalists from around the nation to our annual 2020 National Fellowship.
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“There’s a mad scramble going on right now,” said WSJ national education reporter Tawnell Hobbs.
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The state's movement has become more worthy of scrutiny as the nation awaits a vaccine as the endgame to the global coronavirus pandemic.
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The earliest years of life play a decisive role in a child's prospects for a healthy life, explains Harvard's Jack Shonkoff.
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“We just have to work a little harder, think a little harder and write a little more clearly to help the public understand what they need to understand.”
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Child welfare agencies use a shadow system to remove kids from their parents’ care. Nobody knows how many children are placed this way or what happens to them in new homes.
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Underserved youth and the adults who care for them are wrestling with systemic inequities compounded by the coronavirus.
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“COVID has exposed the result of decades of underfunding and inaction,” says Dr. Mary Owen of the Center of American Indian and Minority Health.
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