by Robert Cohen
It is time to start demanding a successor to the National Youth Administration to meet the educational and economic needs of students--and to ask who in Washington will carry the torch that Eleanor Roosevelt raised during the Depression decade as the champion of low income youth.
by Kathleen Bachynski, Angela Turi, and Alison Bateman-House
They've led on public health before.
SOURCE: BBC News
But a few hundred years ago northern Europe took a particularly harsh line, sending children away to live and work in someone else's home.
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