New York Times: Modern Family Matters

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Late last year, New York Times columnist Nicholas Kristof asked readers to weigh in on unreported topics to consider for 2014. Many responded that the breakdown of the family and the rise of single parent households would be fitting subjects.

In his column today, as he lays out his point of view on how the left and right approach these topics, he cites The Children’s Aid Society Carrera program for reducing teen births by half in a randomized trial. The program is mentioned as Kristof outlines three steps we could take in the U.S. to increase the number of committed parents and strengthen all families.

You can read the column here.