Federal agencies have released a third call for bold proposals to improve education, employment, and other key outcomes for disconnected youth.
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Federal agencies have released a second call for bold proposals to improve education, employment, and other key outcomes for disconnected youth.Over five million 14-to-24-year-olds in the U.S. are out of school and not working. In many cases, they face the additional challenges including being low-income, homeless, in foster care, or involved in the justice system.
Silence=Death. That phrase was used by the advocacy group ACT UP to end the silence about the AIDS crisis in the United States. This is no less true for the issue of viral hepatitis, which claims the lives of 12,000-18,000 Americans each year.1 Our inactivity can fuel the spread of viral hepatitis—viruses which are largely preventable. The Department of Health and Human Services has long acknowledged hepatitis as a hidden epidemic with significant public health consequences: