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Latino kids face more early obstacles, but there are solutions that work

Latino kids face more early obstacles, but there are solutions that work

Latino kids face more early obstacles, but there are solutions that work Latino children face more adverse conditions in their early childhoods, a new report finds, but there are solutions that can lead to better health and education outcomes. by

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Program Designed To Help Child Immigrants From Central America Ends

Program Designed To Help Child Immigrants From Central America Ends

Program Designed To Help Child Immigrants From Central America Ends Jorge Rodriguez-Jimenez In 2014, President Obama’s administration responded to an influx of unaccompanied Central American minors immigrating to the U.S. by creating the Central American Minors (CAM) Refugee/Parole program. Under

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School Lunch Shaming: Type of Bullying for Latino Kids

School Lunch Shaming: Type of Bullying for Latino Kids

School Lunch Shaming: Type of Bullying for Latino Kids By Eric Moreno SaludToday The classic bully takes a kid’s lunch money. But a new type of bully—”school lunch shaming,” when a student has no money for lunch to begin with—is

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Alex Rodriguez With Jennifer Lopez’s Twins

Alex Rodriguez With Jennifer Lopez’s Twins

Alex Rodriguez With Jennifer Lopez’s Twins by Daniela Galvez Jennifer Lopez and Alex Rodriguez continue to bring their families together. MORE: Jennifer Lopez & Alex Rodriguez Don’t Care About What You Have To Say The A-list couple, who were spotted together at the Hamptons

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Child Obesity Report Scary for Latinos

Child Obesity Report Scary for Latinos

Child Obesity Report Scary for Latinos By Ken Stone More than a third of fifth-, seventh- and ninth-graders in San Diego County public schools were considered to be overweight or obese in the 2014-15 academic year, according to a report released

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D-Backs Announce 30 Winning Schools in the "D-Backs $150,000 School Challenge"

D-Backs Announce 30 Winning Schools in the "D-Backs $150,000 School Challenge"

The Arizona Diamondbacks Foundation announced the 30 winning schools in the “D-backs $150,000 School Challenge,” presented by the University of Phoenix. The challenge received more than 800 submissions from Arizona schools, and the winning grants come from all around the

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Arizona posts one of nation’s steepest teen birth drops, but rate remains high

Arizona posts one of nation’s steepest teen birth drops, but rate remains high

By Jonathan Reid Cronkite News Mommy rarest Chart by Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Teen birth rates fell 25 percent in the U.S. between 2007 and 2011, with rates in Arizona falling even faster, according to a new report

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