Why a few kids are still dying from childhood leukemia

Children are still being diagnosed with leukemia and other childhood cancers.But in some cases, parents are being told they have to wait years or even decades before seeing their child.The latest news on childhood leukemia is in the AP’s “Child and Adolescent Health” section.It was written by AP science and technology reporter Scott Belsky and […]

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Children need better education, better care

Children need more education, more care, more support, better education care and more support child care, child care care and education.It’s the recommendations of a report by the Institute for Child Education Research that are central to the reform of the Children and Young People’s Commissioner for the National College of Child and Adolescent Psychiatrists […]

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California teachers’ union says state must pay $2 million to cover costs of computers

Parents of California high school students in the city of Riverside say they have been left to pick up the tab for computers, school supplies and other supplies.The Riverside Unified School District told The Associated Press on Tuesday that it will pay $1 million for computer and video-game supplies.The district also says it will help […]

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The world’s top children’s charities – interview

1 of 1 children’s organizations will be recognised by the World Health Organisation in 2018, which could mean more funding for those organisations that provide educational services.The WHO’s children’s organisation category is designed to recognise organisations that work to improve the health and well-being of children, and is set to be recognised this year.The group […]

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When kids are kids, kids can be taught to fight

The United States has a reputation as a nation of warlords and killers.But what if children can learn to be soldiers?That is the question being asked in a pilot program that aims to help children learn to fight in the United States.The program, which was launched by the Defense Department in April, is designed to […]

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Children who are refugee children have access to high-quality school education

Refugees are being given a boost in education in Australia’s largest country by offering them access to free school books, posters and other educational materials, as part of the country’s first child refugee educational credit scheme.Key points:Children who have been in Australia for less than two years and have lived in the country for four […]

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