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Justin T. Denney; Mackenzie Brewer; Rachel Tolbert Kimbro
C. Neece; L. L. McIntyre; R. Fenning
Cecily L. Betz
Monica Lawson; Megan H. Piel; Michaela Simon
Eli Rapoport; Hailey Reisert; Emily Schoeman (et al.)
Jonathan Hatoun; Emily Trudell Correa; Sara Mary Alice Donahue (et al.)
Marsha Salzwedel; Amy Liebman; Kate Kruse (et al.)
Douglas J. Opel; Douglas S. Diekema; Lainie Friedman Ross (et al.)
The zeal to develop and
implement a vaccine to prevent coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19)
infection has been exceptional. Operation Warp Speed, the Trump
administration's proposal, seeks to produce hundreds of millions of
doses of a vaccine by January 2021. Recent polls show as many as 70% of
adults in the United States plan to get vaccinated against COVID-19 once
a vaccine is available.
And thousands of adults have registered to participate as volunteers in
human challenge trills to speed up the development of a new vaccine. We anticipate that this fervor will eventually lead to
discussions about making a COVID-19 vaccine mandatory. An obvious group
to target for mandatory vaccination is children. Not only do we already
mandate several vaccines for them to attend school, but strategies to
reopen schools or keep them open may be predicated on it.
Heidi Preis; Brittain Mahaffey; Cassandra Heiselman (et al.)
Tammy Chang; Marika Waselewski; Melissa DeJonckheere (et al.)
Emily M. Pang; Rachelle Sey; Theodore De Beritto
The homelessness response system in the United States is dominated by
the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). HUD’s
definition of homelessness, program models, metrics, data, approaches,
and goals have overshadowed those of other federal agencies. This policy
brief argues that children, youth, and families experiencing
homelessness have been poorly served by HUD’s dominance, especially
during the COVID-19 pandemic.The paper draws from research, policy analyses, and testimonies of
parents, service providers, and educators to make the case for a
reimagined homelessness response that is child-centered and oriented
toward long-term goals of economic independence, health, and wellness.
Linda A. Di Meglio; Anastasia Albanese-O’Neill; Cynthia E. Muñoz (et al.)
Marianne Bitler; Hilary W. Hoynes; Diane Whitmore Schanzenbach
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