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Stories From the Field 2014

Each summer Zero to Three focuses a Journal issue on the stories of how professionals are making a difference in the lives of children and families. In this issue, the articles address topics such as immigration and acculturation, recovering from traumatic loss, working with parents in the criminal justice system, group intervention to support parent–child relationships, and components of successful home visiting programs.

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Working Families (Infographic)

The White House Summit on Working Families is shining a light on the challenges facing America’s working families as they strive to make a better life for their children. Yet even when parents work full-time, far too many babies are still living in families that have difficulty meeting basic needs. But there are things we can do—ensuring access to paid family leave and affordable, high-quality child care. Read More

 

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Patriotic Baby

Response to the President’s 2014 Budget Proposal

ZERO TO THREE applauds the President for making babies and toddlers a priority in his 2014 budget proposal, with a substantial investment in early learning.

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