Spring Break: Poverty’s Impact On Children

March 24, 2021 by Aburiyeba Amaso

All too often we hear that “children are our future.” If that is true, then our future is not so bright. The pandemic and current race relations have further exposed the plight of children in low income communities. Children in these communities have been neglected for far too long. This edition addresses some ways we can mitigate the damage caused by the inequities in our system.

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The IDEA: Designed for All, Enforced for Few

by Rachel Gold

Child Welfare and the Criminal System: Impact, Overlap, Potential Solutions

by Tressa Palcheck

Disconnected: Internet Access and McKinney-Vento Obligations During the COVID-19 Pandemic

by Emily Webb

Reopening Schools Requires Drastic Investment in School-Based Mental Health Services

by Michael Yu