10/29/2008 - As all prepare to tighten their belts to weather the country's economic crisis, no area is untouchable. That includes funding for unproven children's programs.
What that means is that area organizations, as well as governments and individuals, must work especially hard at trimming the fat and working in accord to fund those programs that are truly effective.
As representatives of Children's Agenda and Partnership for America's Economic Success pointed out in an Editorial Board meeting, now is the time to fund programs with proven track records. Limited resources demand it.
Read the full article Social Service Agencies Must Come Together in Economic Crunch on the Rochester Democrat & Chronicle Web site.