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Monthly Archives: September 2010
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USA Today recently reported research findings confirming that bouncing from home to home exacts a significant toll on a child’s ability to learn. The study, conducted by researchers at the University of California at Berkeley, shows that foster children consistently … Continue reading
As reported by The Palm Beach Post: Most of Florida’s major health insurers have stopped writing new “child-only” insurance policies, and some of them pulled out of the market just days before new federal health-care provisions required insurers to provide full coverage … Continue reading
Restating the obvious? Whatever, let’s take nothing away from the Fort Meyers News-Press, who has an excellent multimedia presentation about poverty and challenges in Southwest Florida. Check out the story and features here.
Florida has received more than $5.7 million in Federal $’s for increasing foster care kid adoptions, despite a drop in the past year. The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services said Wednesday that Florida was one of 39 states … Continue reading
As we posted earlier, the Children’s Movement of Florida is a recently-formed nonpartisan group, based in Tallahassee, that is dedicated to improving the lives of all kids in Florida. They’ve adopted the “Milk Party” moniker, and are presently traveling throughout the state … Continue reading
In an article sure spark a firestorm of debate, the Orlando Sentinel reports in this story on an article by L.A. Times writer Karen Kaplan. According to a group of child health specialists from England and Ireland, children who are … Continue reading
The first-ever gubernatorial debate to focus solely on the future of Florida’s children will be held next month at the University of Miami and organizers expect both Democrat Alex Sink and Republican Rick Scott to participate. Working as partners with … Continue reading