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PNS Daily Newscast - September 24 


The ground rules seem to have been set concerning the sexual assault allegations against nominee Brett Kavenaugh. Also on the Monday rundown: we will take you to a state where more than 60 thousand kids are chronically absent; plus the rural digital divide a two-fold problem for Kentucky.

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Early Childhood Education

Olympia, WA – Teaching a child to read can be tough when parents don't have the language skills or are busy working just to make ends meet ...Read More
Columbus, OH – Ohio is in the middle of the pack, and that's not good enough for kids, according to experts meeting today. They're sharing a ...Read More
White Salmon, WA – Today is "Lights On Afterschool" day, and at least 50 groups and communities in Washington have events planned to show their ...Read More
Cleveland, OH – A lot of parents shy away from talking to kids about sex, and that can cause trouble during the teenage years, according to ...Read More
Portland, OR – Oregon gets a passing grade, but just barely, when it comes the well-being of its kids. The advocacy group Children First for ...Read More
Children's advocates are meeting this week in Washington, D.C. to find ways to divert Black and Latino children from what's been dubbed the "cradle ...Read More
Carson City, NV – Nevadans will celebrate National Library Card Month today by participating in the "Big Read," during which book groups and ...Read More
There are rating systems for cars, movies and restaurants, and now, Washington is developing a rating system for childcare. The Quality Rating and ...Read More
Invest early on and you'll be glad you did. That basic advice holds true for pre-kindergarten education in New Mexico, according to new data out from ...Read More
Children's advocates say Ohio kids have a lot to smile about in the state budget, and with one last hurdle to clear this week, they're hoping for ...Read More
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