The recent brouhaha over how to define poverty is taking the spotlight off
Nonprofit: Child abuse deaths among NC military families down, but still a concern, U.S. Stars and Stripes (07.17.2012)
Report: Child homicides decline in Onslow, but still top state average, The Daily News - Jacksonville, NC (07.18.2012)
FORT BRAGG -- The rate of child homicide committed by parents or caregivers in North Carolina has dropped over the past decade, but children in Cumberland and Onslow counties – home of the state’s large military bases – are stil
There’s no sugarcoating it: The final budget approved by the N.C. General Assembly is bad for children and families.
Action for Children North Carolina says child abuse deaths among military families down, but still a concern, Fayetteville Observer (07.18.2012)
The number of children killed by their parents or caretakers in North Carolina has decreased in recent years, but a study released Tuesday suggests there is still work to be done, especially in military communities.
Action for Children North Carolina 2012 Legislative Agenda for Children, Home in Henderson (02.01.2012)
North Carolinians have long recognized that children are one of our state’s most valuable resources and their success is our success. Investing in the health, safety, education and financial security of our children are among the most important duties of our society. As the recession continues to stress North Carolinians, it is critical that policymakers focus on preserving services for children and families.