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CA Senators Ask for $5 Million to Increase Pipeline of Asian Language Teachers

Asian Americans are the fastest growing population in CA, yet the state credentialed only 89 teachers who speak one of several Asian languages in the 2019-2020.

Parents And Children In Mental Health Crises Need To Know – Recovery Is...

“Sometimes it’s important to be on medication, but sometimes that may be tiring, too. Show love. Love is the key.”

Struggling to Survive: Covid-19’s Impact on Youth Mental Health

Teen suicide and depression rates are as alarming as deaths from the virus, but few resources are available to address this shadow of the pandemic.

Bay Area Pediatrician Tackles Myths and Misconceptions About Covid-19 Vaccines

Dr. Jennifer Miller spends a good part of every day dispelling the many myths and misconceptions that continue to prevent families from getting vaccinated.

California Offers $10k to College Students for a Year of Public Service

The #CaliforniansforAll College Corps, which will focus on admitting low-income students as well as Dreamers, could serve as a model for other states.

North Carolina Redistricting Advocates Take a Victory Lap

The state’s supreme court declared unconstitutional original election maps approved by a mostly Republican legislature.

How Children Experience and Recover From Domestic Violence

Experts say anxiety, depression, anger, and low self esteem are among the range of mental health impacts on children who experience domestic violence. 

For Georgia’s Youth, ‘Maps are Our Future’

Youth activists in Georgia say attacks on the franchise are playing out in the state's current redistricting process.

Born an Activist: A Venezuelan Student Protester Turns into an Advocate for Latinos...

Cecilia González Herrera's earliest memories are of the successive closure of independent television channels and newspapers in her country, Venezuela.

Black Family Caregivers Endorse Vaccines and Boosters as California Battles Covid

There are more than 4.5 million family caregivers in California alone, but they are largely invisible in the broader healthcare system.

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