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Weekly Roundup – Navigating our children around “Fake News,” a look into a 2-year immigrant’s day in court, and underserved, hungry children. By: Lauae Wolfe

  Fake news, mudslinging and more: How to help kids navigate a contentious political climate: After a study that found “[y]outh must learn how to judge the credibility of online information and how to find divergent views on varied issues,” this Washington Post article provides practical advice for children of varied ages. The news and […]

Getting it Right for children using data to target Gaps in due process, with a focus on: Arizona: Bringing Gault Home, An Assessment of Access to and Quality of Juvenile Defense Counsel

The Center for Children, Law, & Policy at the University of Houston Law Center hosted a 50th-year anniversary for Gault more than a year ago, celebrating the game changing United Supreme Court case that “affirm[ed] children’s constitutional right to due process.” The Gault case began in Arizona, and the National Juvenile Devender Center (“NJDC”) also […]

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Can Children and Youth Change the World? Younger Protesters are Certainly Ready to Try… Starting with Gun Legislation. The 11-year old Inspiring a Nation with her “March for our Lives” speech: When high school students organized marches across the country, led by the survivors of the shooting in Parkland, Florida, for action in gun regulation, […]

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Football’s Brain Injury Crisis Lands in Family Court This article speaks of the increasing number of disputes between divorced parents regarding a child permittance to play football. The primary concern that arises between divorced parents stems from footballs high likelihood of injury, which leads to differences in opinion. Many times judges must walk a tightrope […]

Weekly Roundup- by Gabriela Hernandez

Almost 400,000 Texans’ insurance at risk after Congress fails to renew CHIP Insurance coverage for more than 390,000 Texas children and pregnant women is in jeopardy after Congress failed to renew authorization for the Children’s Health Insurance Program… read more   For Deal on ‘Dreamers,’ White House Will Demand Crackdown on Child Border Crossers The […]

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“Little Lobbyists” Help Save the Health Care Law, for Now With the help of “little lobbyists” — children suffering from “serious medical needs” at risk of losing health care under the Cassidy-Graham Bill — the new health care legislation was put to a halt. Read more. High schools plan to punish students who refuse to […]

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At Mexican School Hit by Quake, Heartbreak and Dwindling Hope This article speaks of the damage after the Enrique Rebsamen school collapsed during Mexico’s recent earthquake. After the disaster, a massive rescue was undergone to find surviving students. Once the dust had settled 30 student bodies were found and over 60 students were injured. Read […]