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What I hope becomes clear through this work is that accessing and integrating information about how people live and where services are found inefficient is no trivial matter. These small, behind-the-scenes steps toward better policy execution can make a significant difference.

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Now halfway through its second season, “This Is Us” follows three story lines that touch on fostering and adoption, and it doesn’t paper over the challenges that families face.

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To get rid of phones and tablets, parents need to embrace untidiness, quiet time and not going out so much

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If we want to understand the effects of so much screen time—not just the apocalyptic scenarios of self-cutting, suicide, revenge porn, and sex trafficking—we have to understand the normal and healthy parts of life our children are giving up.

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In refusing to step down, Roy Moore is executing a playbook written two decades ago by the 42nd president, Bill Clinton.

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Less than half of poor Americans age 18 to 55 (just 26 percent) and 39 percent of working-class Americans are currently married.

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When it comes to pre-K, we seem to have forgotten that kindergarten test scores aren’t the goal of early human development.

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Today’s early care and education programs must have two purposes. First, support parents’ work in a 24/7 economy, and second, advance children’s healthy growth and learning during the most crucial period of human development.

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Business leaders have long understood the importance of a well-educated workforce to support a strong economy, keep America competitive globally, and ensure a vibrant democracy.

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Since taking office, President Trump has signaled a willingness to follow through on his campaign promises about family policy. At his daughter’s urging, he included paid parental leave in his budget and child care assistance in his tax plan: two domestic areas where the White House is calling for spending rather than cuts. But will other Republicans support the president?

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