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California’s Lack of Online Child Care Records Leaves Parents in Dark

January 31, 2014 | 5:00 am

California’s Lack of Online Child Care Records Leaves Parents in Dark

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The majority of states make reports on licensed preschool and after-care programs available online.

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Disparities Persist for Children’s Well-Being, Study Says

October 11, 2012 | 2:58 pm

Disparities Persist for Children’s Well-Being, Study Says

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by Joanna Lin, California Watch California has made gains in the early stages of children’s academic trajectory but has failed to sustain them, a new assessment of kids’ well-being has shown. The findings, released yesterday by the research and advocacy group Children Now, showed statewide improvement in 11 indicators of well-being, including certain measures of […]

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Asthmatic Kids at Risk in the Central Valley

November 1, 2011 | 5:00 am

Asthmatic Kids at Risk in the Central Valley

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Today, KQED’s Sasha Khokha outlines how the lack of effective air monitoring policy in the San Joaquin Valley could be harming the people who live there. As she reports, a recent study from UCSF finds a direct link between air pollution and asthma-related ER visits. The study found what researchers call a “linear association” between certain components of air pollution and asthma ER visits. In other words, as air pollution goes up, the likelihood of an asthmatic child heading to the ER goes up, too.

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