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Letter from Civil Rights Organizations Calling for Health Care Reform that Works for Children
Leading civil rights groups, including the Children's Defense Fund (CDF), the Asian American Justice Center (AAJC), the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP), the National Congress of American ...
Health Coverage for All Children
NCLR Preliminary Analysis of the President’s FY2008 Budget Request
The National Council of La Raza s (NCLR) initial analysis of the President s budget shows that it fails to invest in key areas which would provide significant return on investment for Latinos and the nation as a whole.
LSVF: Charter Schools - Request for Proposal
Latino children, youth, and teenagers in particular are not doing as well as their non-Latino peers in public schools, with dropout rates exceeding 40%.
In 2005, more than 3.2 million Latino children did not have access to health coverage for the entire year, representing nearly two-fifths (38.8%) of the uninsured children in the U.S.