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Hostos College in Bronx to Offer a Food Studies Program

Hostos’s dean of academic programs, Felix Cardona, said that the idea for the food studies program grew out of faculty and staff discussions about the importance of food to the Bronx’s future. In 2013, the college started offering a certificate program in how to run a green market. This spring, it will offer a similar program in the culinary arts. morenext

From The New York Times, January 29, 2015

The Two-Generation Approach to Fighting Child Poverty

These programs know that giving parents educational and economic assistance helps children as well. morenext

From The National Journal, January 28, 2015

Next Generation Kids program offers hope to families in poverty

SALT LAKE CITY — More than 50,000 Utah kids live in poverty, with another quarter million at risk of remaining in poverty as adults. morenext

From KSL.com, January 28, 2015

Reducing Our Obscene Level of Child Poverty

4.7 million children in this country are poor, and 6.5 million of them are extremely poor (living below half the poverty line). morenext

From The New York Times- Opinions, January 28, 2015

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