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USAFacts’ 10-K report tells a story about the quality of life for kids in the last 10 years.
In 2021, women were still responsible for the majority of childcare and housework across all racial groups and most age groups.
Over 40% of Planned Parenthood revenue comes from government reimbursements and grants.
Children younger than 1 year old have the highest rates of victimization.
For a middle-income family, housing accounts for the largest share of child-rearing costs at 29%.
Fifty-four percent of parents who were owed child support did not receive the full amount in 2017.
Families with children no longer have an expanded child tax credit to help pay for the cost of care.
The American Families Plan would invest $200 billion into public pre-k.
The American Rescue Plan temporarily increased the child tax credit per child and expanded eligibility for lower income families. Now the credit is back to pre-pandemic levels.
As concerns about the spread of COVID-19 continue, administrators are deciding whether to start instruction for the new school year online, in person or a hybrid of both.
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