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Counselors Not Cops

Within the past year and a half, Connecticut Voices for Children has examined the factors that contribute to students facing punishment, exclusionary discipline, and arrest in school and the efficacy and prevalence of  School Resource Officers (SROs) in Connecticut. Through our research we’ve dis...

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Q & A Blog Series: Family Economic Security & More

Translación en español le sigue. In just a few weeks, the COVID-19 pandemic has had profound impacts on the lives of all Connecticut’s families and children.  A virus with no vaccine, no treatment, and no prior human exposures to enable us to develop some individual and herd immunity, it sweeps...

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Guest Post: Census 2020 – Connecticut’s avoidable fiscal problem

This op-ed was first published in the Connecticut Mirror. Connecticut is at risk of missing out on billions of dollars of federal revenue it should rightfully receive.  The reason: many state residents will needlessly be undercounted in the upcoming Census. Why is Connecticut poised for an undercou...

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All children and families deserve better than this

February 3, 2020 • Emerging Issues, Health

This op-ed was first published in the Connecticut Mirror. We are deeply disappointed that the Supreme Court has ruled in favor of the revised public charge regulations. This rips the very fabric of who we are as a state and a country. All children and families —whether born in the United States o...

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