Doris Duke to Spend $6 Million on Leadership Development in Child Well-Being Sector
The New York-based Doris Duke Charitable Foundation invested nearly $6 million this month aimed at bolstering leadership in the child well-being sector. “Effective and diverse social sector leadership is critical for ending intergenerational cycles of poverty and persistently inequitable outcomes for families and children,” said Lola Adedokun, program director for child well-being at the foundation.
Gavin Newsom, California’s Family Man
On Monday, Gavin Newsom was sworn is as California’s 40th governor. He is the father of four young children, one of whom ended up stealing the show. At one point during Newsom’s 20-minute address his youngest son, 2-year-old Dutch, toddled up on stage.
Cycling through Preconception, Prenatal, and Interconception Care: A Brief Report from the Palm Beach County Family Study
By Julie Spielberger, Marcia Gouvêa, Carolyn Winje and Laura Fleischman For more than a decade, Florida’s Palm Beach County has been building a system of prevention and early intervention services to promote and support the healthy development and school readiness of children from birth to age 8.
The President Calls Upon Congress Once Again to Increase Early Education in State Of The Union
President Obama laid out a plan for universal Pre-K in his 2013 State of the Union address, and came back to that theme in his 2015 speech. “In today’s economy, when having both parents in the workforce is an economic necessity for many families, we need affordable, high-quality childcare more than ever,” Obama said during this week’s address.