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Child Welfare League of America (NJ3)

The Child Welfare League of America is the nation's oldest and largest membership-based child welfare organization committed to engaging people everywhere in promoting the well-being of children, youth, and their families and protecting every child from harm. By publishing a diverse range of views on a wide array of topics, Children's Voice seeks to encourage public discussion and debate among those who are committed to helping children and families. The following are included in this issue: (1) Children Missing from Care: How Should Agencies Respond? (Jennifer Michael); (2) Engaging Youth for Youth

. A Perfect Match (Mary Lee and Laura Greer); (3) The Down to Earth Dad: Calmness in an Age of Anxiety (Patrick Mitchell); (4) Health Beat: New Legislation Expands the Availability of Meals to School Children; (5) Management Matters: Socially Responsible Investing (Dave Danielson); (6) Executive Directions; (7) Agency Briefs; (8) Other Voices: Truly Equal Education Can Be Challenged by Human Diversity (Sue Stepleton); (9) The Global Village: AIDS and the Millions of Vulnerable Children Left Behind; (10) State of the States; (11) Eye on CWLA; and (12) Bulletin Board. [For Volume 14, Number 6 of Children's Voice, see ED491150.]

Descriptors: Child Welfare, Foster Care, Social Services, Fathers, Parent Child Relationship, Child Health, Federal Legislation, Social Responsibility, Equal Education, Global Approach, Cultural Pluralism, Lunch Programs, Breakfast Programs, Communicable Diseases, State Government, Investment

Child Welfare League of America. 440 First Street, NW, Third Floor, Washington, DC 20001-2085. Tel: 202-638-2952; Fax: 202-638-4004; Web site:

Autor: Boehm, Steven S., Ed.


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