I was excited to learn of the wide range of childhood-related research and activist projects currently being executed by my colleagues across the nation.
Another chapter focuses on the unique impacts of school closures on children with disabilities, many of whom are not able to receive the same quality of care in online formats.
Many have lost parents some children have lost both parents , siblings and close family members to COVID-19.
Additionally, the aftershock of household income loss, parental unemployment, disruptions to care, family mortality and morbidity, and stressed health care systems, all pose additional threats to the already tenuous well-being of children and youth across the United States.
A: The volume suggests that we lean into the moment and chart creative ways of reorganizing institutions utilizing strategies that are in service to childhood wellbeing.
Q: The inequalities you speak of are largely not new.