The nation’s capital offers a popular pre-K program that leaves new parents with just three years of child care to cover.
A movement spreading across the country since the 2016 election evokes a church. Its teachings? Civic engagement.
Newborn infants can suffer withdrawal symptoms after being exposed to opioids during pregnancy. But the risk can be minimized.
In Miami, a program designed for trafficked foster youth is showing promise.
States are making voting more accessible by allowing citizens to vote at home.
There might be fewer unneeded cesarean sections if doctors learned to keep mothers informed at every stage of labor.
A bakery epitomizes a Zen-inspired approach to hiring: Don’t ask about an applicant’s past. It’s the future that counts.
A three-part Fixes series provoked impassioned questions. The author has answers.
In Mississippi, a pilot project to distribute incomes to poverty-stricken single African-American mothers shows the plausibility of a more equal America.
How can prisoners sent back into society manage when they can’t pay a mountain of bills presented at release? They can’t, so a coalition in California is trying to cut the charges.