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After years of steady waitlist growth, state data shows a glimmer of hope for an eventual turnaround.
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Rent remains cripplingly high in several parts of the country.
GOP-led House takes aim at COVID origins, U.S. response. Also, public health experts see value in monitoring wastewater to detect new viral threats.
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La última clínica de aborto en la frontera sur de Texas
This story was produced as a project for the USC Annenberg Center for Health Journalism's National Fellowship.
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A reporter reflects on lessons from reporting on Cambodian refugees in California still grappling with the trauma of genocide.
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Adriel, 3, eats some berries with the other children whom child care provider Miren Algorri, standing, serves at her home.
California reimburses providers based on what families can pay, rather than what it costs to provide care. To bridge the gap, providers serving the state’s neediest children must get by on low pay
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Some educators in Michigan are training to avoid using restraint and seclusion in the classroom, here's how.
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Fed up with a Michigan school system that used seclusion on their autistic son, Bennett Solomond's parents moved the family to Pennsylvania in 2019.
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As a freshman at Arroyo Valley High School, Makayla Keeme-Anweiler, 18, was bullied by other girls. Happily, she participated in
Students learn how bullying impacts one another and create their own plans to help.
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Many Pacific Islander communities suffer from high rates of diabetes and kidney disease. Less well-known are the challenges they face in getting care.
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How to find child care and get help paying for it: A parents’ guide
There’s aid available, but the system can be tough to navigate. Here’s what parents need to know.
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Zaira Reynoso juggles caring for her 2-week-old baby, Ander, and checking email at her home in Chula Vista.
The state is supposed to help families afford child care. But few qualify for help, and most of those who do are not being served.
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