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Washington, DC - In 2001, children in poor families were less likely to have working parents than a year earlier; a substantial percentage of working poor parents who pay for child care spent more than half of their cash income on child care expenses; and among those living with two-parents, children in working poor families were less likely to be covered by health insurance than those in families who were not meeting work requirements. These findings and more are reported in Child Trends' latest research brief, Poor Families in 2001: Parents Working Less and Children Continue to Lag Behind , by Richard Wertheimer, Ph.D. ...
This blog on Texas education contains posts on accountability, testing, dropouts, bilingual education, immigration, school finance, race, class, and gender issues with additional focus at the national level. This blog reflects the work and contributions of both University of Texas Professor Angela Valenzuela and UT Education, Policy and Planning doctoral student, Patricia D. Lopez. This is an excellent essay on the anti-labor motivations behind SB1070. It also conveys that attack on ethnic studies (HB 2281) aptly: "In order to maintain an environment that keeps big business safe and ... Read More
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