If you're a parent and self-reflect at all, you've undoubtedly wondered whether you're a good parent. Perhaps you've wondered whether you're the best kind of parent.
“A kid shouldn’t suffer the same sentence that their parents are suffering.”
The U.S. Census Bureau just released its report on income and poverty for 2014. The good news or bad news, depending on your perspective, is the overall rate for adults and children living in poverty did not change, from a statistically significant perspective, compared to 2013.
The National Movement for America's Children will focus on seeing a national strategy implemented by all the segments and institutions in the country with a stake in contributing to healthy child development.