Here’s a multipurpose dish that is perfect for spring, but can also highlight other seasons It comes from Dan Kluger at Loring Place in Greenwich Village He made it in winter, studded with squash and mushrooms
How to Become a Quality Child Care Center Workshop
This FREE 2-hour workshop will explore how to achieve an accredited, educational, and healthy environment as one in which their families' culture and their child's ability are respected.
How should Social Security define disability?
The program's failure to account for disability levels is a disservice to those whom it serves.
Bridges & Barriers: How can Churches of Christ interact with other Christian groups?
We can’t avoid tough faith questions. Our responses often shape the way a lost and dying world sees Jesus — reflected through us. That’s how The Christian Chronicle introduced its ongoing, three-part series “Bridges & Barriers.” Part 1 focused on “Homosexuality and the church,” noting: As homosexuality gains increasing acceptance in America, Christians can’t escape …
These states leave the most mentally ill adults untreated. Guess what else they have in common.
Nearly 568,000 uninsured people who have been diagnosed with a serious mental health condition would have received treatment in 2014 if their states had chosen to expand Medicaid, according to a new study.
Giving our children a great education: five lessons from South Korea
Exploring Korean ideas and innovation in education.
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What Resources Do Families Have for Financial Emergencies?
For the typical family, earnings have grown little over the past decade and income has frequently been volatile, with more than half of U.S. households reporting that income or expenses vary from month to month. Income alone, however, no matter how consistent, does not guarantee that households can accumulate a sufficient financial cushion to protect themselves from the unexpected. One in 3 American families reports having no savings, including 1 in 10 of those with incomes of more than $100,000 a year. Lack of savings tops the list of financial worries of many households and affects families at all income levels. The findings in this issue brief reveal that a significant portion of the population is…
Former homeless man talks about why some homeless people refuse to sleep in shelters
We begin this year's coverage of Denver's homelessness crisis by exploring the single most-asked question we got last year: why do so many of the city's homeless refuse to sleep in shelters?
How America's Poor Sell Their Blood Plasma to Get By
"Donating" twice a week isn't an act of charity—it's a job.