CDF-Ohio in the News

Despite lawmakers trying to control content in classrooms, majority of Ohio parents trust their kids’ teachers, new survey shows

August 15, 2022, Cleveland.com

Ohio sees increase in mental health challenges in kids

August 14, 2022, Spectrum News 1

Child educational, health issues persist in Ohio

August 14, 2022, The Athens Messenger

With Few Confirmed Monkeypox Infections and Low Vaccine Supply, Ohio State Health Officials Preach Prevention

August 12, 2022, Cleveland Scene

Chronic Absenteeism, Depression, Anxiety Plague Ohio Kids

August 12, 2022, Cleveland Scene

Child educational, health issues persist in Ohio

August 10, 2022, The Ohio Capitol Journal

Gov. Mike DeWine Claims “Great Progress” for Ohio Families. The Data Says Something Else

August 10, 2022, Cleveland Scene

Electric-vehicle tax credits in Senate bill embraced by Tim Ryan, criticized by J.D. Vance: Capitol Letter

August 9, 2022, Cleveland.com

CHIPS Act Expected to Boost Ohio Technology, Manufacturing

August 9, 2022, Cleveland Scene

Listen: “Crooked City: Youngstown, OH” Episode 4, The Pied Piper

August 8, 2022, Cleveland Scene

Mental health, teen birth rates: 5 takeaways from new data on Ohio’s children

August 7, 2022, The Columbus Dispatch

Educators, counselors in Ohio say schools need more mental health resources

August 5, 2022, News 5 Cleveland

‘Just Keep Being Yourself:’ Ohio’s Transgender Student-Athletes Speak Out Against Anti-Trans Sports Ban

August 4, 2022, Cleveland Scene

With abortion banned and no sex education standards in Ohio, advocates fear increase in teen pregnancy

July 22, 2022, News 5 Cleveland

‘He’s got the crime statistics in front of him.’ By Dave Yost questioning on Fox News the rape of 10-year-old girl, other victims may not come forward, advocates say

July 16, 2022, Cleveland.com

Ohio Coalition Calls for Free School Meals to Avoid Child Hunger Cliff

July 14, 2022, Cleveland Scene

Coalition Calls for Free School Meals to Avoid Child Hunger Cliff

July 14, 2022, Meigs Independent Press

Lawmakers need to step up for born 

July 13, 2022, Columbus Dispatch

City Club of Cleveland ‘whole child’ forum July 14

June 30, 2022, Cleveland Jewish News

From separation to unity: families give inside look at foster care journey

June 29, 2022, ABC 6

Arming Teachers: Ohio bill aims to lower number of training hours from 150 to less than 30

May 31, 2022, WKRC

Formula shortage: Ohio families on WIC may soon see some relief

May 18, 2022, Fox 8

Baby Formula Shortage a ‘Very Dire’ Situation for Ohio Families

May 13, 2022, Cleveland Scene

For Ohio Supreme Court Chief Justice Maureen O’Connor, the focus is on the rule of law

May 1, 2022, Cleveland.com

Rural Kids’ Food Programs Ramp Up for Summer

April 11, 2022, Public News Service

Advocates for low-income, minority Ohioans call on House speaker to stop “divisive concepts” bill

April 5, 2022, WOUB Public Radio

Advocates for low-income, minority Ohioans call on House speaker to stop “divisive concepts” bill

April 5, 2022, The Statehouse News Bureau

Report: Ohio foster care outcomes some of the worst in the nation

April 4, 2022, ABC 6 On Your Side

Report: Ohio foster care outcomes some of the worst in the nation

April 4, 2022, Local 12

Ohio is lagging badly in some foster-care measures. Reforms suggested

April 3, 2022, BG Independent News

Ohio is lagging badly in some foster-care measures. Reforms suggested

April 3, 2022, News 5 Cleveland

Opinion: Judges and data are needed for justice

April 2, 2022, Cincinnati Enquirer

Report: Elevate Youth Voices to Transform Foster-Care Experience

March 31, 2022, Ohio Public News Service

When Benefits Cliffs Turn Raises into Penalties, Local and National Efforts Help Workers and Employers Navigate Options

March, 23, 2022, The Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland

Culture wars may sink bill in Ohio General Assembly on child sexual abuse prevention instruction

March 23, 2022, Cleveland.com

More school-based health care would help reduce student absenteeism

February 25, 2022, The Columbus Dispatch

Report: Thousands of Ohio Kids Risk Losing Medicaid/CHIP Coverage 

February 25, 2022, Meigs Independent Press

Report: Thousands of Ohio Kids Risk Losing Medicaid/CHIP Coverage

February 23, 2022, Ohio Public News Service

Report: FL Children in Jeopardy of Becoming Uninsured

February 22, 2022, Public News Service

ID Resolution Recognizes Impact of Traumatic Childhood Experiences

February 3, 2022, Public News Service

Ohio Parents at “Breaking Point” with Child Care Stress During Pandemic

January 26, 2022, City Beat (Cincinnati)

Child-Care Crisis: Ohio Parents at “Tipping Point”

January 26, 2022, Public News Service

Advocates: Ma’Khia Bryant case shows relatives need same resources as other foster parents

January 4, 2022, Columbus Dispatch

Another big child tax credit payment comes this year, even if monthly payments end

January 1, 2022, WBNS 10 News

New Research Highlights Child Health Benefits in Build Back Better

November 30, 2021, The Columbus Dispatch

Church covers child care costs for 35 children

November 20, 2021, LimaOhio.com

Downtown church covers child care costs for 35 children for December

November 20, 2021, The Columbus Dispatch

Ohio House Republicans advance two gun bills: Capitol Letter

November 18, 2021, Cleveland.com

Child tax credit 2021 update – November ‘stimulus check’ payment date is NEXT WEEK ahead of final $300 deadline

November 11, 2021, The U.S. Sun

33% of Ohioans missing out on child tax credit

November 10, 2021, Axios

Columbus leaders dedicate stones etched with quotes lining Gladden Park’s Pathway of Justice

October 24, 2021, The Columbus Dispatch

Child tax credit deadline coming up

October 20, 2021, The Marietta Times

HAPCAP providing assistance for Child Tax Credit applications

October 20, 2021, The Athens Messenger

Child advocacy groups, doctors want to see more state funding for school-based health clinics

October 20, 2021, News 5 Cleveland

It’s past time we make children our top priority: Jeff Scott

October 10, 2021, Plain Dealer

How should Ohio spend remainder of $5.4B pandemic relief?

October 9, 2021, Dayton Daily News

Advocates, nonprofits urge Ohio to prioritize stimulus spending on health and human services

October 8, 2021, Plain Dealer

Should Cuyahoga County reduce its number of judges? The Wake Up for Friday, Oct. 8, 2021

October 8, Cleveland.com

IRS glitch causes delays to child tax credit payments: How to track your money

September 10, 2021, WLWTV5

All Sides with Anne Fisher: How the 2020 U.S. Census is Impacting the Country and Ohio

August 24, 2021, WOSU NPR Station

New child well-being data can help Ohio allocate ARP funds

August 17, 2021, Mahoning Matters

Big Changes for 2021-22 School Year: Law Protects Students in Pre-K through 3rd Grade from School Suspensions

August 13, 2021, The Athens Messenger

Study: Child poverty, family stability see major impacts during pandemic

August 11, 2021, Ohio Capital Journal

Big Plea Deal In HB 6 Corruption Case, State Budget’s Impact On Kids

July 25, 2021

Opinion: We must do better for Ohio’s children by Aisha Allen, CDF-Ohio Advisory Board Member

July 10, 2021, Columbus Dispatch

Standing up for families in Ohio

July 9, 2021, The Herald Star (Steubenville, Ohio)

We can do more for families, children

July 6, 2021, Marietta Times

Child care budget: Step Up to Quality remains, low-income care boosted

July 2, 2021, The Ohio Capital News

Ohio’s graduation rate improving

July 1, 2021, The Courier (Findlay, Ohio)

Survey: Ohio middle-of-the-road on education, child health and economic well-being

June 26, 2021, News 5 Cleveland

HS athletes encouraged to get vaccinated

June 21, 2021, QFM96

Opinion: Desperation in kids’ letters show children’s mental health key 75 years after Highlight founded

June 10, 2021, The Columbus Dispatch

Educators Favor House School Funding Overhaul Over Senate Version 

June 8, 2021, Columbus Underground

Educators favor House school funding overhaul over Senate rewrite

June 7, 2021, The Highland County Press

Ma’Khia Bryant death: Former foster-care kids say youth ombudsman in Ohio could make a difference

May 12, 2021, The Columbus Dispatch

Ohio urged to spend surplus on children, pregnant women

May 11, 2021, The Toledo Blade

Subject of ’91 education funding lawsuit sees hope in new formula in state budget

May 9, 2021, Loveland Magazine

Report highlights the behavioral health needs of youth

May 8, 2021, Marietta Times

Foster Youth Seek Independent Ombuds Program (paywall)

May 4, 2021, Gongwer News Service

Tell Ohio lawmakers to invest in children

May 2, 2021, The Tribune Chronicle

Groups urge more help for children

April 24, 2021, The Tribune Chronicle

New Grant Partnerships Aim to Improve Food & Nutrition Policies

Posted April 22, 2021, Center for Science in the Public Interest

How do we return Ohio’s children to ‘normal’? Reflections on the pandemic and our children’s return to school.

Posted April 2021, Ohio School Boards Association Journal

$75 Billion Budget Breakdown, How much is going towards kids? 

Posted April 20, 2021, Spectrum News

Improving Health Outcomes for Ohio’s Black Moms, Babies

Posted, April 19, 2021, Cleveland Scene

Prognosis Ohio (Episode 86): Rep. Crawley and Rep. Manning on Extending Health Care Coverage for New Mothers 

Posted April 15, 2021, WCBE

Pandemic disparities mirrored pre-existing conditions for low-income families, minorities, report shows

Posted April 2, 2021, The Highland County Press

President Joe Biden visits Ohio Tuesday

Posted March 23, 2021, WCPO

Prognosis Ohio (Episode 82): Talking Ohio Budget and Doula Care with Children’s Defense Fund

Posted March 14, 2021, WCBE

One In Five Ohio Children Live in Poverty. The New Child Tax Credit Could Change That

Posted March 12, 2021, WYSO

Ohio Senate Moves to Extend Broadband Expansion Program

Posted February 11, 2021, Government Technology Magazine

Ohio Senates Votes to Pass Broadband Expansion

Posted February 10, 2021, Springfield News Sun

HELP AVAILABLE TO YOUTHS AGING OUT OF FOSTER CARE AMID PANDEMIC

Posted February 9, 2021, The Columbus Dispatch

ADVOCATES FOR OHIO’S CHILDREN PETITION THE GOVERNOR 

Posted February 8, 2021, The Tribune Chronicle

CHARITIES IN APPALACHIA LACK ASSETS TO IMPROVE DAILY LIVES

Posted February 7, 2021, The Columbus Dispatch

CHILD CARE, TAX EXPENDITURES AMONG BUDGET ISSUES IN ADVOCATES’ FOCUS

Posted December 30, 2020, Gongwer

ADVOCATES FOR OHIO CHILDREN PETITION GOVERNOR

Posted December 28, 2020, Tribune Chronicle

GROUP SEEKING HELP FOR CHILDREN ON 7 KEY ISSUES 

Posted December 21, 2020, The Vindicator

REPORT: COVID PANDEMIC HITS OHIO KIDS ESPECIALLY HARD

Posted December 15, 2020, WCBE

PANDEMIC EXACERBATES FOOD, HOUSING STRUGGLES FOR OHIO FAMILIES

Posted December 14, 2020, The Cleveland Scene

Pandemic Exacerbates Food and Housing Struggles for Ohio Families: A report released today by the Annie E. Casey Foundation demonstrates how families across the country are challenged to meet basic needs while managing school, work and mental health

Posted December 14, 2020, City Beat Cincinnati

Advocates Urge Robust COVID-19 Relief for Struggling Ohio Families 

Posted on December 4, 2020, The Highland County Press

Advocates Make Plea for Hunger, Homeless, and Children’s Relief 

Post on December 4, 2020, The Chronicle

Michael Corey: CEO of Year Finalist 

Posted on December 1, 2020, Columbus CEO

2020 Census: Ohio’s Count Ends, But Work Remains

Posted on October 26, 2020, Public News Network

2020 Census: Ohio’s count ends, but work remains                                 

Posted on October 26, Galion Inquirer

2020 Census: Ohio’s Count Ends, But Work Remains

Posted on October 26, 2020, Cleveland.com

2020 Census: Ohio’s count ends, but work remains

Posted on October 26, Mahoning Matters

Report: Rate of uninsured children rises significantly                         

Posted October 12, 2020, Ohio Capital Journal

Ohio sees troubling increase in number of uninsured children       

Posted October 12, 2020, Mahoning Matters

Ohio seeing an increase in uninsured children
Posted October 10, 2020, Galion Enquirer

Ohio Sees a Troubling Increase in Uninsured Children
Posted October 9, 2020, Cleveland Scene

Rising to the COVID-19 Challenge Together

Posted on October 4, 2020, The Case Western Reserve International Journal for Ethical Leadership

Public libraries are giving away an insane amount of free food
Posted September 29, 2020, Shareable

New Calls to Extend 2020 Census Counting Deadline 
Posted September 152020, Cleveland Scene

Growing up Poor in America
Posted September 8, 2020, WOSU

Children in Poverty: By the Numbers                                                            

Posted September 8, 2020, PBS

Northeast Ohio organizations receive $47,000 in 2020 census microgrants from philanthropic coalition                                   

Posted September 3, 2020, Crain’s Cleveland Business

Greater Cleveland Coalition Announces $47K in Census Microgrants     

Posted September 2, 2020, Patch Cleveland

Child Health in Ohio impacted by food insecurity, racial disparities, broadband access; pandemic impact still unknown 
Posted August 16, 2020, The Highland County Press

Report details child well-being in Summit County 
Posted August 16, 2020, The Canton Repository

New Child Data to Help Ohio Counties Navigate Path Forward
Posted August 14, 2020, Public News Service

Summit County Sees Improvements in Child Well-being Measures
Posted August 13, 2020, Akron Beacon Journal

Group Worries about Funding Issues Following Challenges with Ohio’s 2020 Cesus
Posted August 11, 2020, WKBN News

More Medicaid funding needed to survive the recession, advocates say

Posted July 15, 2020, Ohio Capital Journal

Advocates Call On Feds To Shoulder Greater Share Of Medicaid Costs

Posted July 14, 2020, Gongwer News Service

Kids found living inside Cuyahoga County office building 
Posted June 29, 2020, Cleveland News 5

Newly Released KIDS COUNT Data Show Ohio Has Some Work to Do
Posted June 24, 2020, Spectrum News

Ohio Again Declines in Annual Child Well-Being Rankings
Posted June 24, 2020, WCBE 90.5FM

Report Provides Pre-COVID Benchmark of Ohio Child Well-Being 
Posted June 23, 2020, Cleveland Scene/Ohio News Connection

Ohio Drops in National Rankings of Childhood Wellbeing 
Posted June 22, 2020, Cleveland Scene/Ohio News Connection

Cleveland Non-Profits Give $40,000 to help count hard-to-count populations in 2020 Census
Posted June 10, 2020, Cleveland.com

Child Wellness Visits Drop Due to Coronavirus Fear 

May 27, 2020, IdeaStream

Appalachian Children Coalition to fight for Southeast Ohio’s kids 

May 26, 2020, the Sentenal

Central Ohio’s Veggie Van Offers Safe Grocery Shopping for SNAP Users,
Posted May 18, 2020, WOSU

The Glenn College of Public Affairs Policy Brief Podcast Featuring Tracy Najera, Children’s Defense Fund-Ohio
Posted May 17, 2020

Officials: child abuse reports, referrals expected to increase after recent decrease
Posted May 8, 2020, Fox 28 News

Getting to ‘normal’ after coronavirus crisis may be longer and harder than we thought, 
Posted April 15, 2020, The Columbus Dispatch

How the Coronavirus Could Hurt the Accuracy of the 2020 Census,
Posted March 14, 2020, The New York Times

Children Without Health Insurance on the Rise in Ohio
Posted March 9, 2020, Columbus Underground

How the youngest Ohioans are losing health coverage,
Posted March 9, 2020, NBC5 Cleveland

Ohio coronavirus summit on this week’s agenda: Capitol Letter
Posted Mar 02, 2020,

New $250K grant helps Cleveland nonprofits calculate hard-to-count populations for the 2020 census
Posted January 29, 2020, The Columbus Dispatch

Cause for alarm: Thousands more Ohio children have lost health insurance
January 6, 2020, The Columbus Dispatch

Report: Ohio Reverses Course on Children’s Health Coverage
November 1, 2019, Cleveland Scene

Ohio’s Child Poverty Rate Sees Slight Improvement
October 8, 2019, WCBE

American children live in fear of being shot – and they’re sick of it
September 28, 2019, The Hill

A Report: 329,000 Ohio Kids Stuck in Pockets of High Poverty
September 26, 2019, Cleveland Scene

Cut through the red tape and help children grow and succeed:  https://www.cleveland.com/opinion/2019/08/cut-through-the-red-tape-and-help-children-grow-and-succeed-john-corlett-opinion.htmlJohn Corlett (Opinion)
August 25, 2019, Cleveland.com

Ohio Sees Drop In Number Of Kids Enrolled In Benefit Programs
August 1, 2019, WOSU

Face the State with Scott Light: Kid-friendly budget
August 1, 2019, WBNS

State data:  Number of children enrolled in Medicaid declines
July 21, 2019, AP News

After years of progress, number of insured Ohio children is declining
July 20, 2019, Akron Beacon Journal

Report Puts Ohio Middle of the Pack for Well-Being of Children
June 20, 2019, Cleveland Scene

Ohio Declines in Annual Child Well-Being Rankings
June 19, 2019, WCBE

Mifflin graduate born in Africa wins scholarship, gives back to students in homeland
June 19, 2019, The Columbus Dispatch

Study:  Life is improving for Ohio children, but not all of them
June 19, 2019, Cincinnati.com

New report says Ohio ranks 27th in child well-being
June 18, 2019, Toledo Blade

Ohio drops in rankings for child well-being
June 18, 2019, The Daily Jeff

Kids well-being slips, report says
June 17, 2019, Akron Beacon Journal

Study:  20 percent of Ohio children live in poverty
June 17, 2019, ABC 6 On Your Side

Report:  All Ohio Kids Need Opportunities to Thrive
June 17, 2019, Public News Service

Higher revenues, lower expenses give Ohio more cash: Capitol Letter
June 17, 2019, Cleveland.com

McKenzie named Beat the Odds Scholar
June 6, 2019, Athens Messenger

Advocates Press for Census Funds
May 28, 2019, WKSU

Community advocates press lawmakers for Ohio census funding
May 27, 2019, AP News

Report: Ohio Has More Teens Staying In Group Homes
Apr. 11, 2019, WCBE

Report: Ohio Foster Teens Need Families
Apr. 4, 2019, WCSM

Report: Ohio Foster Teens Need Families
Apr. 3, 2019, Cleveland Scene

Ohio Foster Teens Need Families
Apr. 3, 2019, PNS

Ohio Children’s Advocates Caution Lawmakers Against Budget Cuts
Mar. 25, 2019, WVXU

Advocate Ohio Children Puts Forth Children’s Budget Agenda
Mar. 22, 2019, WKSU

Midwest Regional Hearing of the National Latino Commission on Census 2020
Mar. 20, 2019, Policy Matters Ohio

MBeacan Journal/Ohio.com editorial board:  Mike Dewine, toxic stress and children in severe poverty
Jan. 10, 2019, Ohio.com

Head of Ohio Children’s Defense Fund Discusses Report on How Underemployment Is Hurting Families
Dec.26, 2018, WKSU

Saint Luke’s Foundation announces $1.6 million in grants
Oct. 22, 2018, Crain’s Cleveland Business

Poverty solution more than just finding a job.  Here’s what leaders say it will take.
Oct. 7, 2018, Journal News

Amidst community hopes and fears, Dayton races to prepare for Census 2020
Sept 28, 2018, The Arab American News

Parenting:  A Difficult Proposition for Ohio’s Young Adults
Sept 26, 2018, Cleveland Scene

More Than Half A Million Ohio Children Live in Poverty
Sept 14, 2018, WOSU

Experts Meet to Discuss 2020 Census
Sept 4, 2018, WDTN

Activists Continue To Protest Immigration Policy At Ohio Statehouse
July 6, 2018WOSU

Lake County children at risk for being undercounted on the 2020 Census
July 6, 2018The News Herald

7 Scholarships for Ohio College Students
June 28, 2018Student Loan Hero

Report: 100,000 Ohio Kids May be Missed in 2020 Census
June 27, 2018Cleveland Scene

More Than 100,000 Ohio Children Could Be Missed by the 2020 Census
June 27, 2018WKSU

Freedom School back in Toledo this summer
April 22, 2018WNWO NBC4

Licking County Foundation grants $1,400,612 to nonprofits
April 6, 2018Newark Advocate

Ohio Children’s Advocates Caution Lawmakers Against Budget Cuts
March 25, 2018Cincinatti Public Radio

Safe-storage laws for guns in Ohio
March 2, 2018Troy Daily News

Study: Many Ohio kids experience early childhood trauma
February 13, 2018The Columbus Dispatch

As ECOT Logs Off, Will Ohio Pols Return Its Campaign Donations?
January 23, 2018Plunderbund

Opioid Addicted Babies in Appalachia
January 20, 2018Portsmouth Daily Times

Concerns raised over 2020 census accuracy, funding
December 17, 2017My Dayton Daily News

Bill seeks to end suspensions of youngest Ohio students
November 14, 2017The Columbus Dispatch

Report Details How Opportunities For Minority Ohio Kids Are Limited Compared With Whites
October 25, 2017WCBE

New Infant Mortality Report Shows Current Efforts Aren’t Enough
October 12, 2017Columbus Underground

Why do poor, black kids continue to do worse on Ohio’s standardized tests?
September 24, 2017The Columbus Dispatch

Child poverty in Ohio recedes, still tops U.S. average
September 19, 2017The Columbus Dispatch

Face to Face: Ciara Scott
August 23, 2017Fresh Water

Children’s Defense Fund ends year with program, celebration
August 6, 2017Youngstown Vindicator

How Zero Tolerance In Ohio Schools Target The Under Privileged And Feed The School To Prison Pipeline
July 6, 2017Columbus Navigator

Report shows child poverty rate in Ohio improving, education lacking
June 28, 2017WKBN First News Youngstown

‘Beat the Odds’: Teen who fled war-torn Syria receives honor
June 19, 2017ThisWeek Community News

‘Beat the Odds’: Northland grad embodies spirit of CDF honor
June 19, 2017ThisWeek Community News

Ohio sees gains in child well-be­ing: Education, health issues down
June 17, 2017The Blade

Syrian teen, other kids, honored for beating the odds
June 15, 2017The Columbus Dispatch

Ohio Improves In Child Well-Being Rankings
June 14, 201790.5 WCBE

Ohio Shows Progress in Child Well-Being
June 13, 2017Public News Service

2017 KIDS COUNT: Report ranks well-being of children in Ohio, Kentucky and Indiana
June 13, 2017WCPO Channel 9, Cincinnati

A Breastfeeding Boost Might Improve Ohio’s Infant-Mortality Rate
March 3, 2017Public News Service Ohio

Democracy is Not a Spectator Sport
November 8, 2016Public News Service Ohio

Many ECOT students miss 30 days or more
October 30, 2016The Columbus Dispatch

Report: Scioto County leads Ohio in drug-addicted births
October 17, 2016The Columbus Dispatch

Report charts hike in Ohio newborns exposed to opioids
October 2, 2016The Athens News

Zero Tolerance Policies in Schools
September 14, 2016WOSU, All Sides with Ann Fisher

Possible Juvenile and Adult Prison Merger
August 30, 2016WOSU, All Sides with Ann Fisher

Little Progress in Well-Being of Rural Ohio Appalachian Children, Report Says
June 29, 2016Education Week

1 in 3 children in Mahoning County live in poverty
June 23, 2016WKBN Youngstown

New data indicates Ohio kids’ basic needs not being met
June 22, 2016Public News Service Ohio

More kids living in poverty in Ohio, report says
June 21, 2016The Columbus Dispatch

For student, homeless was not hopeless
June 4, 2016The Columbus Dispatch

Stivers student beats odds, wins state award
May 19, 2016Dayton Daily News

Overcoming hardship
May 19, 2016Ironton Tribune

Report: Ohio’s Appalachian Children Face Continued Struggles
May 5, 2016Public News Service Ohio

Report: In Appalachian Ohio, kids falling farther behind
May 4, 2016Cincinnati Enquirer

Kids need help when parents sent to prison, report says
April 25, 2016The Columbus Dispatch

End Summer Child Hunger Now!
April 15, 2016The Huffington Post

Best Practices in Ensuring Health Coverage for All Children
April 14, 2016Health Policy Hub

Letter to the Editor: End Seclusion of Students
February 17, 2016The Columbus Dispatch

Report: Ohio’s Youngest Not Getting Needed Nutrition
February 1, 2016Public News Service – Ohio

Hungry Children in Rich America
January 29, 2016The Huffington Post

Study: Too many Ohio babies are hungry
January 28, 2016Cincinnati Enquirer

Bill Seeks To Overhaul How Ohio Schools Deal With Truant Students
January 7, 2016WOSU

Lawmakers: Don’t kick truant kids out of school
December 9, 2015Bucyrus Telegraph Forum

Discretion needed in school discipline
December 6, 2015The Columbus Dispatch

Bill would abolish ‘zero tolerance’ in Ohio schools
November 30, 2015The Columbus Dispatch

Keeping a Focus on Children During Open Enrollment
November 10, 2015National Academy for State Health Policy Blog

Mayor John Cranley focuses on 3 main issues in State of the City Address
October 5, 2015WLWT5

Parents should press for answers with zero tolerance policies in schools
September 17, 2015WBNS 10TV Columbus

Letter to the Editor: Gun-storage law succeeds in other states
August 24, 2015The Columbus Dispatch

Ohio kids struggling despite post-recession economic gains, report says
July 21, 2015The Plain Dealer

Stuck in the Middle? Ohio 23rd Nationally in Child Well-Being
July 21, 2015Public News Service

More kids in Ohio living in poverty
July 21, 2015The Columbus Dispatch

Reducing child poverty should be everyone’s goal: Sharon Broussard
July 7, 2015The Plain Dealer

Report: Ohio Foster Kids Benefit from Safe, Nurturing Families
May 19, 2015Public News Service

Despite poverty, Taft student a leader
April 29, 2015Cincinnati.com

Stuck Outside the Poor Door
April 24, 2015The Huffington Post

Local Teen Receives ‘Beat the Odds’ Award for Overcoming Adversity
April 22, 2015WBNS-10TV

Walnut Ridge senior earns scholarship as a reward for his perseverance
April 22, 2015The Columbus Dispatch

Thank God for Peanut Butter and Jelly Day
April 17, 2015The Huffington Post

Taft IT High School Student is ‘Beating the Odds’
April 14, 2015Cincinnati Public Schools

Local Groups Work Toward Kindergarten Readiness For Latino Students
April 13, 2015WYSO

New approach needed to juvenile offenders, group says
March 27, 2015The Columbus Dispatch

Grant supports Johnstown UMC’s Freedom School
March 23, 2015Johnstown Independent

Research: Safety Net Programs Reducing Ohio Child Poverty
February 25, 2015Public News Service – Ohio

Thousands of Children Secluded or Restrained in Ohio Schools
February 12, 2015Public News Service – Ohio

Brown Backs CHIP Extension As New Report Shows One-In-Four Ohio Children Now Poor
February 1, 2015Plunderbund

Editorial: We owe our kids more
January 17, 2015Cincinnati Enquirer

Cleveland NAACP offers reforms to Cleveland police department
December 29, 2014Cleveland.com

Cleveland high school students struggle to make sense of racial issues, police actions after Tamir Rice shooting
December 18, 2014The Plain Dealer

Congress Asked to Continue Support for New Parents at Home
December 16, 2014Public News Service – Ohio

In Cleveland, road to recovery on policing is filled with challenges, entrenchment
December 16, 2014The Washington Post

Protesters crash Cleveland City Council meeting with demands for justice, police reform
December 2, 2014Cleveland.com

Youngstown kids second poorest in nation
November 9, 2014Youngstown Vindicator

Poverty and Ohio’s kids delineated in report
September 8, 2014The Columbus Dispatch

Study: Sandusky County kids less likely to live in poverty, become teen mothers
September 8, 2014The News-Messenger

Child poverty still a big problem in Ohio
September 8, 2014610 WTVN News Radio

Ohio’s rural poor children need help, too: editorial
August 13, 2014The Plain Dealer

Poverty leads to health problems for rural kids
August 8, 2014Athens News-Messenger

Students marching
July 23, 2014The Columbus Dispatch

It’s a struggle for Ohio’s impoverished kids
July 22, 2014The Columbus Dispatch

Ohio’s Children
July 4, 2014Sunny 95’s Perspective

Health Groups Plan Greater Drug Intervention For Youth
June 18, 2014WBNS-10TV

Undocumented immigrants no longer deferring college dreams
April 14, 2014The Columbus Dispatch

Minority kids lagging in Ohio, report says
April 2, 2014The Columbus Dispatch

Report: Black children not faring well in Ohio
April 2, 2014The CantonRep

Kids Count Report: Ohio Children Of Color Face Barriers To Opportunity
April 2, 201491.3 WYSO

Black children in Ohio among least prepared for success
April 1, 2014Akron Beacon Journal

Wickliffe student who beat the odds earns $5,000 college scholarship
April 1, 2014The News-Herald

National, state scorecard on children’s progress shows minority children lagging behind
April 1, 2014The Plain Dealer

Nearly half of Ohio kids get subsidized lunches: Portion of state students in federal program isn’t improving
February 21, 2014The Columbus Dispatch

Report: Schools Can Help Kids Who Experience Trauma
February 11, 2014Public News Service- OH

Bill would end automatic expulsions
January 29, 2014The Columbus Dispatch

Report: Poverty Impacts Ohio 4th Graders’ Reading Skills
January 29, 2014Public News Service- OH

Legislation sparks debate over expulsions
January 20, 2014Dayton Daily News

Guns and Kids–and Execution of a Constitutional Right
January 1, 2014Columbus Bar Association Lawyers Quarterly

Bill would limit accidental shootings
December 24, 2013The Columbus Dispatch

Speaking up for poor rural children
December 22, 2013Toledo Blade

Woodworkers craft toys by hand for needy kids
December 19, 2013The Columbus Dispatch

Joe Hallett commentary: Common-sense gun bill hardly stands a chance
December 15, 2013The Columbus Dispatch

Report: First Eight Years Crucial for Ohio’s Children
November 4, 2013Public News Service- Ohio

Hannah’s Treasure Chest plans fundraisers to help kids
October 16, 2013Dayton Daily News

Household income rises in Columbus
September 19, 2013The Columbus Dispatch

Jack D’Aurora commentary: Doctors must be able to ask about guns
September 18, 2013The Columbus Dispatch

Law sought to curb youths’ access to guns
August 25, 2013The Columbus Dispatch

Group Urges Districts To Step Back From Adding School Resource Officers
August 23, 2013WBNS-10TV Columbus

Ohio’s economy improves, but number of children living in poverty increases
August 9, 2013Athens Messenger

10 interesting facts about the well-being of children in Ohio
August 7, 2013Cleveland Plain Dealer

Anti-violence group asks how many lives must go to waste
August 1, 2013The Columbus Dispatch

Child Poverty in our schools
August 1, 2013Ohio School Boards Association Journal

Youth-violence forum focuses on helping kids thrive
July 31, 2013The Columbus Dispatch

Ohio’s children need protection from guns: Renuka Mayadev
July 27, 2013Cleveland Plain Dealer

P.G. Sittenfeld, community leaders to rally against gun violence in Washington Park
July 22, 2013WCPO ABC 9

100 students march against gun violence
July 21, 2013FOX19 WXIX

Employ alternatives to police in schools
July 15, 2013The Columbus Dispatch

Quick Take Ohio: The School-to-Prison Pipeline
June 18, 2013Spotlight on Youth

Gun-control advocates rally for new laws
February 23, 2013The Columbus Dispatch

Akron schools disciplining black students at higher rate than other urban districts
January 13, 2013Akron Beacon Journal

Child care costs rival college tuition
November 11, 2012Dayton Daily News

More Ohio kids living in poverty, lunch program shows
January 15, 2012The Columbus Dispatch

New census formula shows more in poverty
November 8, 2011The Columbus Dispatch

Poverty’s grip grows in central Ohio
November 3, 2011The Columbus Dispatch

Children’s Defense Fund founder urges support for Freedom Schools in Cleveland
October 7, 2011Cleveland Plain Dealer

Advocate shines harsh light on plight of black children
October 6, 2011Columbus Dispatch

Median income in Ohio hits 27-year low
September 14, 2011The Columbus Dispatch

Freedom School program still teaching Greater Cleveland youths to be leaders
July 23, 2011The Plain Dealer