Commission on Children: What We're Reading
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August 1, 2014

What We're Reading

Articles from the past week concerning
Connecticut children

Connecticut

Child Advocate Says Infant Deaths Cause For More Monitoring
- Hartford Courant

As Far As Migrant Kids Go, CT Mayors Agree to Keep Talking
- Connecticut Mirror

New Law Mandates 'Age-Appropriate' Sexual Assault Education for Kids
- NBC Connecticut

Advocates Seek to Curb Domestic Violence Murders with Public Awareness
- CT News Junkie

State Awards $6.6 Million To 28 Low-Performing Schools
- Hartford Courant

Hartford's FUSE Scandal Has Advocates Taking a Closer Look at How Charter Schools Operate - WNPR

Restraint and Seclusion, Legal in Public Schools
- WNPR (article and audio)

Judge Denies Move to Seal Student Records in Landmark Case
- Connecticut Mirror

Moms of Children with Mental Illness Share Their Pain, Tell Their Stories, Push for Change - Connecticut Mirror

Ranking College by Return on Investment
- Hearst Connecticut Media Group

National

W.K. Kellogg Foundation holds first-of-its-kind White House Symposium on Transformative Family Engagement - Kellogg news release

School Discipline in the Eyes of School Superintendents - Report by AASA, The School Superintendents Association, and the Children’s Defense Fund

New Study Shows High Prevalence of Harmful Adverse Experiences among Children
- Child Trends

UW Study: Babies Practice Speech Long Before They Can Talk
- Seattle Times

How Many Calories Do Children Need? - American Academy of Pediatrics

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