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Jennifer Garner Advocates Early Childhood Education For 'Save The Children' In DC [VIDEO]

Mar 20, 2017 AM EDT Jennifer Garner has been a ambassador for Save the Children charity since 2014 and has travelled all over the US to observe how poverty affect families.

Facts About How Poverty Impacts Education

Jan 24, 2017 AM EST Educationalists from the University of Cambridge Sonia Ilie and Pauline Rose warned that inequalities in income have more significant impact on education.

Gigi Hadid Models Tommy Hilfiger Lingerie To Campaign For Quality Education

Oct 27, 2016 AM EDT Victoria’s Secret model Gigi Hadid strips down for the latest Tommy Hilfiger ad for a cause.

Malala Yousafzai And Other Celebrities That Defied Poverty, Lack Of Education And Difficult Times

Oct 26, 2016 AM EDT Some celebrities did not start with having it all.

Jesse Williams, Amy Poehler And More In ’America Divided’: Challenging America’s Education And Justice System

Oct 13, 2016 AM EDT Divided but fighting back, Inequality Documentary Filmmakers discuss the importance of the film.

Poverty On Education, How Much Poverty Impacts Education And Learners

Aug 10, 2016 PM EDT Poverty impacts education in ways beyond control but there are things educators can do.

Head Start Program Transforms Lives: Goodbye Poverty, PennState Says!

Jul 08, 2016 PM EDT The strong implementation of the Head Start pre-school program resulted to remarkable transformation among lives of local working parents of African American kids! Crystal Sanders, a head-starter ...

Poor Women Blame Children and Troubled Love Life for Poverty, Study

Oct 16, 2014 AM EDT Having children at a young age and a dysfunctional love life are some of the reasons given by low-income women for their poverty, according to a study led by the Arizona State University.

Poor Individuals Remain Obese Due To Lack of Money for Diet Programs, Study

Aug 20, 2014 AM EDT People, who live below the poverty line, are more likely to be obese as they cannot afford to pay for diet programs, special meals or gym memberships, according to a Concordia University study.

Childhood Stress Causes Long-Term Damage to Brain, Study

Jul 05, 2014 AM EDT A latest University of Wisconsin-Madison study has found that children, who experience early life stress like poverty, neglect and physical abuse, are more likely to suffer from brain abnormalities.

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