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The National Commission on Children found that children are removed from their families "prematurely or unnecessarily" because federal aid formulas give states "a strong financial incentive" to do so.

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by Assembly Member Chan

Summary: to establish and provide a voluntary preschool-for-all system.programs will meet research-based standards for social, emotional, cognitive, linguistic, and physical development, and are linked to public school system standards.

Status: Referred to Commission on Education - waiting on passage of the Preschool for All Act for funding.

leginfo.ca.gov

August 12, 2005

by Senator Florez

This bill would require the Superintendent to develop preschool learning standards for the implementation of quality child care and development programs.

AB 1032 includes within those standards professional learning for preschool classroom staff. The bill would appropriate $4,500,000 from federal funds to the Superintendent for purposes of providing instructional support grants.

leginfo.ca.gov

August 12, 2005

This bill would "Establish the Office of School Readiness in the Department of Public Instruction." Right now, it addresses changes to the structure of who is currently heading various state run programs.

It will encompass Head Start, More at Four and other public preschool programs that are already in effect. A progress report is due by January 15, 2006, with a final report being made by April 1, 2006. Once things are reviewed, budgets, etc. will go into effect in July 2006. Starts at Section 7.55

North Carolina

July 25, 2005

by John S. Edwards

The General Assembly finds that Virginia educational research supports the conclusion that poor children are more at risk of educational failure than children from more affluent homes.

The General Assembly hereby establishes a grant program to be disbursed by the Department of Education to schools and community-based organizations to provide quality preschool programs for at-risk four-year-olds who are unserved by Head Start programs and for at-risk five-year-olds who are not eligible to attend kindergarten.

Virginia

July 22, 2005

by Laura Ernde

Under Borland's leadership, the county undertook welfare reform before it was launched on a national level.

Now the agency is supporting an effort to make preschool available to every child in the county, another area where it is leading the state. At her request, the supervisors on Tuesday approved a $1.75 million grant over three years from her agency to the First 5 San Mateo County Preschool for All program.

San Mateo County Times

July 17, 2005

by James Roger Brown

Parents nationwide have complained for decades that their families were destroyed and children seized by corrupt child protection agencies for no other reason than to obtain federal funds for State governments.

They have been telling the truth all along. Clear evidence has been discovered documenting how organized crime methods and procedures are integrated into juvenile and family courts. This documentation has been assembled through the combined efforts of independent researchers in California, Oklahoma, and Arkansas, researchers for the American Family Rights Association, and document research conducted by The Sociology Center.

The Sociology Center

July 3, 2005

by Parents Exchange

FDA Public Health Notification Vail Products Enclosed Bed Systems

Vail Products, Inc. of Toledo, Ohio, publicly stated on June 16, 2005, that it is permanently ceasing the manufacture, sale and distribution of all Vail enclosed bed systems.

pex.tripod.com

June 24, 2005

by Pat Grossmith

The grandfather of a 2-year-old "mystery girl" is being held on $200,000 bail on charges he possessed sexually explicit photographs of her.

Samantha Moore, the CVS employee who tipped police to the pornographic photos, said last night they were so explicit that they surprised the investigating police officers. "I just came across them and I said, 'Dude, I got to find out who this guy was,'" said 17-year-old Moore, who graduated last year from home schooling in Manchester.

New Hampshire Union Leader

June 10, 2005

Colorado children are dying from neglect and abuse even after social service agencies receive warnings of trouble. Yet a system created to learn from the deaths is plagued by mistakes and incomplete records.

In 41 percent of Colorado's child abuse and neglect deaths during the past decade, social service agencies charged with protecting children had warnings - sometimes numerous warnings - of problems in the home, a Denver Post investigation found.

The Denver Post

June 8, 2005

by Annette M. Hall

Today in America, 935 children were forcibly removed from their home and entered the national foster care system.

Did you know that 20% of all children in California are in foster care. I wanted to bring you the actual numbers, so you can see for yourself just how tragic the situation is. However the way the numbers are tabulated, showing exact numbers of children and families affected by current child welfare laws is nearly impossible.

Reliable Answers.com

June 7, 2005

      

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