December 8, 2009 | Baltimore Sun

Healthier homes: New thinking goes beyond weatherization with holistic approach to improve kids' lives

Thanks to expanding school-readiness efforts, systemic change in the Baltimore public schools and enhanced out-of-school opportunities, Baltimore is making real progress in giving young people a better opportunity to lead productive lives. But many children in the city still must overcome daunting obstacles to success - sometimes right inside their own homes.

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