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FAMILY & ECONOMICS

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The Invisible Signs to Look for on the First Day of...

As we begin the school year, let’s not ignore the signs of poverty in the United States. Some families can afford to spend their...

The Government is a Poor Substitute for Family

The federal government is warehousing thousands of migrant children in teeming, cold facilities, where workers are prohibited from hugging not only teenagers, for whom these shelters...

Locals Pick Up Providing Summer Lunches Where Federal Program Leaves Off

At the entrance to the weathered Eagle Point trailer park, a blue and red sign proclaims “free lunch.” Down a steep concrete driveway are...

Thousands of Older Children Also Were Separated at the Border. What...

Editor's note: This opinion piece originally appeared on Philly.com. The views expressed in the piece are Dr. Rubin's own.  It’s been more than three months since...

Pennsylvania, 17th in Childhood Well-Being, Is at Risk for a Census...

Pennsylvania ranks 17th in the nation for childhood well-being, according to the 2018 KIDS COUNT® Data Book, recently released by the Annie E. Casey...

4 Reasons Why The FAMILY Act Is The Right Paid Leave...

The United States lags behind the rest of the developed world when it comes to paid family leave. We are the only OECD (Organization for...

Undercover at the Black-Tie Gala

The Crystal Ball—one of our city’s top charity events for people who track such things—was hopping. Models striding down a runway, music thumping, lights...

A Guy’s Guide to Pre-K

Often the token male in a sea of women, De’Wayne Drummond has a unique perspective on the benefits of pre-K to boys and their...

Permission and Language

There are too many facts, statistics, and evidence-based research figures in the unforgiving table of data on child sexual abuse for any parent to...

Baby Talk

I gave birth to my first and only child when I was 35, a maternal age regarded as “last call” in 1986. Sharing my semi-private...

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