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Changes for Children's Monitor

The Children's Monitor, a public policy update published by CWLA, has moved to a blog format. At its inception the Monitor was a printed piece, but for most of the last decade has been an electronic newsletter, delivered weekly while Congress is in session. In order to provide more timely updates to our readers—who are legislators and aides, leaders of think tanks and child-serving agencies, frontline workers and everyday advocates—the Monitor will now publish as a blog.

Subscribers will continue to receive weekly e-mails with Monitor headlines and links to full articles from CWLA, now on Friday afternoons. New subscribers can send an email to ChildrensMonitor@cwla.org to request the Friday digest and periodic policy alerts. You can also visit the new Monitor page to read recent posts. On the right-hand column of the page there is an option to subscribe to Monitor blog updates as they are posted, directly from Wordpress.com.
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