Action for Children in the News
RALEIGH – After reaching its lowest recorded rate in N.C. history, the state’s infant mortality rate inched up slightly last year.
After Record Decline, N.C. Infant Mortality Rate Experiences Slight Increase, Smart Start (10.23.2012)
(Action for Children) Data released by the
Inaugural Focus on Children Town Hall Meeting to Be Held in Asheville on October 30, 2012
Action for Children North Carolina Awarded Grant from Z. Smith Reynolds, Home in Henderson (10.19.2012)
RALEIGH, N.C.)– Action for Children North Carolina announced today that it has received a grant of $85,000 from the Z.
Based on leadership from the State Board of Education and legislative changes enacted by the General Assembly, lots of attention over the past few years has been paid to policies on bullying prevention in the publ
Are we under-investing in our state’s youngest children? A convincing stream of research suggests we might be.
Recently reported figures on the rise in poverty in our city are yet another wake-up call fo