The analysis suggests strong public support for increased workplace flexibility, funding for child care and paid family and medical leave.
The study finds that boys and girls perform similarly in math, but boys lag behind in reading.
The survey finds that nearly 30 percent of youth ages 12 to 20 drank alcohol in the past month, about 9 percent of whom made their own purchases.
The report examines the history of food insecurity in the United States and argues that federal food programs could be run more efficiently.
The fact sheet examines the overrepresentation of Latino youth within the juvenile justice system.
The report examines the success of school turnarounds and charter schools as reflected in test data since the 1970s.
The report reviews and suggests policies to improve the economic state of unmarried women.
The report finds that TANF, the nation's primary welfare program, does not adequately aid victims of domestic violence.
The study finds that a recent campaign for Camel cigarettes attracted the interest of teen girls, despite the 1998 ban against marketing tobacco to youth.
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