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“The Most Important 20 Minutes of Your Day”

Written by: Lynda Laughlin A national nonprofit group, The Children’s Reading Foundation, calls the time parents devote daily to reading to their young children “the most important 20 minutes of your day.” When parents read to their children, it is … Continue reading

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More Than a Century of Tracking our Children

Written by: Rose Kreider, US Census Bureau Much of what we can observe today about who children live with is a function of how the American family has changed over time. Statistics from the Census Bureau are invaluable for helping … Continue reading

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Written by: Kristy Krivickas, Census Bureau Demographer, HHES Ever notice those college-educated 30–something women with infant strollers and believe that a new baby boom is under way? The Census Bureau today reported that what you have been seeing over the … Continue reading

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