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Articles from Policy & Practice (December 1, 2007)

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Title Author Type Words
An opportunity to cure. Goldberg, Bruce 885
Anti-hunger groups want Congress to pass new farm bill. Brief article 190
APHSA conferences and major meetings in 2008. Calendar 174
Campaign aims to reduce unplanned pregnancy among single, young adults. Solomon, Frank 690
Caring for foster youth past age 18 improves their transition to adulthood. Brief article 217
CBO: Medicare and Medicaid spending growth unsustainable. Brief article 178
Child Trends. Brief article 103
Child welfare reviews need clear, open communications strategy. DeSantis, Cari 773
From tragedy to action. Friedman, Jerry W. 862
Hope Matters: The Untold Story of How Faith Works in America. Solomon, Frank Book review 735
Immigrant integration in low-income urban neighborhoods. Brief article 95
ISM Executive Committee meets. Brief article 317
Learning from Ben. Basso, Phil 1992
Legacy in terms of tradition and principles. Saenz, Rita 1170
Legacy through the eyes of others. Sanders, David 1194
Legal notes. Payne, James 739
Maryland takes initial step to shrink ranks of uninsured. Brief article 89
Nanette Relave. Brief article 88
NASCCA Annual Meeting held in Rhode Island. Brief article 203
NASMD holds fall conference. Conference news 233
New Wisconsin department will help families, children. Brief article 261
News from NASTA. Brief article 261
North Dakota gets Innovations award. Brief article 194
Oregon to hold hearings on foster kids and psychiatric drugs. Brief article 227
Organizational effectiveness: evolution of training. Adams, Wendy 815
Our do'ers profile. 474
Pennsylvania blazes a trail in early childhood systems collaboration. Demma, Rachel 761
Principles for immigration reform. Brief article 232
Professor presents Disability report in Washington. Brief article 170
Say what? Leche, Paul 461
Study of Healthy Kids programs finds dramatic gains in well-being of children and families. Report 124
Technology advances child care system. Martin, Cheryl 998
The legacy that you can pass along: all of us are creating legacies every day. It is good to be able to step back now and again to consider what we have been bequeathed, and by whom, and what we, in turn, are passing along to others. Christie, Sue 1996
The six commandments to leave behind. Brown, Larry 859
The Urban Institute. Brief article 108
Title I and early childhood programs: a look at investments in the NCLB era. Brief article 83
Virginia's child support program wins national honor. Brief article 165
Vision to lead, skills to make changes. Kuhmerker, Kathy 1070
Your industry bible. Solomon, Frank Editorial 385

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