"Several strands of research over the past twenty years have helped form a consensus among leading academics that cash income spent by parents can reduce disadvantages for children significantly. The research has partly been based on experiments when some poor groups have suddenly had access to more money than others, due, for example, to increases in the generosity of federal social programs."
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A Journey From Homelessness to a Room of One's Own
America Betrays Its Children Again
Many Children May Have Lost Medicaid Coverage Because of State Errors
A realistic portrait of the social safety net
As Hunger Grows Across US, GOP Shutdown Threats Imperil Food Aid Programs
Minnesota Implements 'No-Cost Meals' for All Students
Meet One Obama Alum Who is Leading the Fight for Women's Equality
NEW DATA SHOW WHY CAREGIVING SUPPORTS ARE ESPECIALLY IMPORTANT FOR LGBTQI+ PARENTS
(VIDEO) Calls for paid leave grow louder 30 years after passage of Family and Medical Leave Act
40 Percent of Single Moms Face Food Insecurity. The Fall of Roe Will Plunge Them Deeper Into Poverty