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ERIC Number: ED386269
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1993
Pages: 127
Abstractor: N/A
Reference Count: N/A
ISBN: N/A
ISSN: ISSN-1042-3559
Speak Out for Children. Winter 1992/1993 through Summer/Fall 1994.
Levy, David L., Ed.; Diamond, Elliott H., Ed.
Speak Out for Children, v8-9 n1-4 Win 1992/1993-Sum/Fall 1994
"Speak Out for Children" is the quarterly newsletter of the Children's Rights Council (CRC), which is concerned with the healthy development of children of divorced and separated parents. The newsletter consists of feature articles and regular sections and columns. Feature articles of Volume 8, Number 1 are: "The Controversial Truth: Two-Parent Families Are Better"; "Seventh National Conference April 28 - May 2, 1993"; "Clinton Administration and Congress"; "Commission on Child Access"; "Special Financial Child Support Report"; and "Mothers Say Fathers Unable to Pay." Feature articles of Volume 8, Number 2 are: "Liberal Barbara Dafoe Whitehead Says: Dan Quayle Was Right"; "Fundings Pursued for Commission"; "Important Talking Points for Children's Advocates"; and "The Published Views of Hillary Clinton on Children." Feature articles of Volume 8, Number 3/4 are: "Police, Women Forming Groups"; "CRC's 7th Conference: A Success"; and "House Passes Support Modification Bill." Feature articles of Volume 9, Number 1 are: "Access (Visitation) Commission Funded"; "Clinton Panel Surveys Welfare and Child Support"; and "The Use and Misuse of Mental Health Experts in Child Custody Cases." Volume 9, Number 2 features: "Federal Government Distributes CRC Child Support Guideline"; "Insurance and College Funds for Your Child"; and "Better Child Support Data Sought." In Volume 9, Number 3/4, feature articles include: "Welfare Reform, Support and Visitation Grants Proposed"; and "President Clinton Sends Message to Candlelight Vigil." (AP)
The Children's Rights Council, Inc., 220 "I" Street NE, Suite 230, Washington, DC 20002-4362.
Publication Type: Collected Works - Serials
Education Level: N/A
Audience: N/A
Language: English
Sponsor: N/A
Authoring Institution: Children's Rights Council, Inc., Washington, DC.