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Fernanda Davila works on a spelling packet at the kitchen table in her Phoenix home on March 8, 2022.
Students in English language learning programs in Arizona had the lowest passing rates of any group, including homeless students.
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Also, Moderna's announcement on a vaccine for young children gives long-waiting parents fresh hope.
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Huge document dumps can be intimidating, but there are essential hacks for sorting through the deluge.
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The high prevalence of diabetes and other chronic diseases has become a given among families. But access to care is not.
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Restorative justice techniques are used in other countries such as Italy as a diversion tactic.
As schools have returned to in-person instruction, advocates for children say they’re starting to see an uptick in juvenile justice complaints. We look at how diversion works in other countries.
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Content Warning - This is a story about domestic violence.
Children are not just witnesses but are also victims of domestic violence.
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The Adult Day Center in Paso Robles is a place for adults with memory loss to safely spend daytime hours.
In the coming years, the Baby Boomer generation will be aged 65 and over, and as health care needs increase, more resources for adults with diseases like Alzheimer’s and dementia will be needed on the Central Coast.
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Lisa Rowe at her home in Hendersonville, N.C. For years, she has struggled to get her son help in battles with insurance compani
After struggling to get treatment for her mentally ill son, a mother’s act of desperation: Giving up custody.
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The private market has failed to deliver affordable long-term care insurance. Washington state has another plan.
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Reading disabilities are correlated with incarceration later in life. Advocates say the pandemic exacerbated the problem.
Juvenile justice advocates see a disproportionate number of children with reading disabilities. The pandemic shed a light on those inequities.
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Meanwhile, crucial federal pandemic funding remains in limbo.
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