Children Tag

Co-published with HuffPost. We need to support Sesame Street to ensure it is available to all children, or we will lose what we began to achieve a half-century ago.

Co-published with Curbed. Officially, entire chunks of my childhood don’t exist.

Co-published with The Establishment. After being heavily governed your whole life—told when to eat, when to sleep, when to come home—you’re suddenly set free to make your own choices. There is no other stop after foster care if

Co-published with TIME with additional support from Capital & Main. Middle class and rural parents are on the receiving end of an emerging type of system that could be called daycare inequality.

Co-published with The Atlantic with additional support from Capital & Main. When it comes to schoolwork, there is a chasm separating students with parents who have predictable work schedules from those whose parents don’t.

Co-published with Jezebel. (Excerpt) The majority of child support debt is owed by parents making less than $10,000.

Co-published with The Verge. Harsh pregnancy drug laws keep many women from seeking prenatal care, and that puts mother and baby at greater risk.

Co-published with Feature Shoot. This apocalyptic photo series explores the bleak, desperate circumstances that many American children face.

Co-published with Pacific Standard. Photography by Alice Proujansky supported by EHRP. More Americans are working late-night and early-morning hours. Who's looking after their kids?

Co-published with NBC NewsChild advocates say that foster youth are particularly vulnerable to identity theft because they bounce from one home to another, giving an expanding group of adults access to their private information.

Co-published with The New York Times. Increasingly, even middle- and upper-class parents are finding that day care is nearly impossible to afford.

Co-published with Next City. For 10 years a massive income gap has been widening across Silicon Valley. Last November, however, the residents of San Jose voted in favor of a small but significant change: Raising the city’s

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