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Today's children, tomorrow's America: Six experts face the facts

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Steuerle, Eugene
Reischauer, Robert D.
Simms, Margaret
Golden, Olivia
Rueben, Kim
Dubay, Lisa
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Washington, DC
Published Date: 
10/25/2011
Published Date (Date): 
Tuesday, October 25, 2011
Year: 
2011
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Abstract: 

Urban Institute scholars from diverse disciplines tackle a simple-to-state, hard-to-answer question: How can solutions to our national and state budget crises fit the facts about children in the United States? In their responses, the contributors wrestle with recent and approaching economic and demographic challenges in different ways and bring very different experiences to bear. (author abstract)

Contents

  1. Children Caught in the Budget Crossfire/ Eugene Steuerle
  2. Budgeting for Tomorrow’s Workforce and Economy/ Robert D. Reischauer
  3. Persistent Childhood Poverty’s Double Whammy/ Margaret Simms
  4. Translating Good Ideas into Budget Realities for Children/ Olivia Golden
  5. The Children’s Budget — The Federal/State Bargain/ Kim Rueben
  6. What Spending on Child Health Looks Like/ Lisa Dubay
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