Commission on Children: What We're Reading
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June 12, 2014

What We're Reading

Articles from the past week concerning
Connecticut children


Malloy Vetoes Ban on Chocolate Milk
- CT News Junkie

Before Sandy Hook, School Crime Nationwide Was Going Down
- Hearst Connecticut Media Group

School Shootings Since Sandy Hook
- Hartford Courant (with interactive map)

Gov. Malloy Announces Allocation of Pre-K Opportunities Across Connecticut
- News release

Tobacco Funds: Connecticut’s Budget-balancing Escape Hatch
- Connecticut Mirror

Students: Make High School More "Relevant"
- New Haven Independent

East Lyme Confronts Heroin Use
- The Day of New London

Military Families Press for Increased Coverage of Autism Treatment
- Hartford Courant


As College Tuition Soars, What Puts that Price Tag in Motion?
- National Public Radio (article and audio)

F.C.C. Chief Plans Action on Wi-Fi in Schools
- New York Times

Why NYC Is Afraid of Free Lunch for All
- National Public Radio (article and audio)

House Delays Vote on Easing School Meal Standards
- New York Times

School Nurses' Role Expands with Access to Students’ Online Health Records
- Kaiser Health News

Shining a New Light on Hispanic Children
- Child Trends blog post

Report Documents Copycat Snacks in Schools
- Rudd Center for Food Policy & Obesity

How Can I Help My Kids Develop Better Social Skills?
- Lifehacker

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