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Seven Principles to Change the Odds for Children at Risk

Data show that children who are born in poverty to young, poorly educated parents have much lower chances of succeeding in school, college, and the workforce than their less-disadvantaged peers. They are also at greater risk for a host of negative outcomes, including poor academic performance, being held back a grade, dropping out of high school, being unemployed, and participating in criminal activity. University of Michigan professor and former Assistant Secretary of Education Susan Neuman outlines seven principles for how federal policies can be best targeted to help the most at-risk children.
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