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Do Politicians Love Kids?

If politicians are genuinely looking for a bipartisan issue to break through the Washington gridlock, here’s a suggestion: invest in early education. morenext

From The New York Times- Opinions, November 19, 2014

Two-Generation Approaches: A Promising Strategy for Fighting Poverty

Every child deserves the same opportunity for success. As an anti-poverty agency, CAP Tulsa has developed programs and best practices that align with this mission. Based on research demonstrating the value of high-quality early education, we have worked hard to bring first-rate comprehensive early childhood development programming to the low-income children we serve. morenext

From Spotlight on Poverty, November 18, 2014

‘Two-generation’ programs benefit early learners

Parenting is one of the most rewarding activities one can do, but it is also one of the most challenging. As the saying goes, children don’t come with instruction manuals. Therefore, many parents welcome additional tools that can support their children’s healthy development. morenext

From The Register Guard, November 17, 2014

Decades of Neglect Show Starkly as Indian Schools Cry Out for Repairs

Winter comes early and bites hard on this Indian reservation in northern Minnesota, and the pole barn that houses part of the Bug-O-Nay-Ge-Shig School offers limited protection from the elements. morenext

From The New York Times, November 14, 2014

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Taking a two-generation approach to helping families impacted by the justice system

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