Recent research from the Institute for Strategic Dialogue (ISD) found harmful and inappropriate content easily accessible to kids on TikTok, including videos supporting white supremacy, holocaust denial, anti-Semitism, and terrorism.

NEW SURVEY: 90% of Parents Receiving the Child Tax Credit Said Funds Were Helpful or Made a Huge Difference In Their Families’ Lives

56% of Parents say Payments Reduced Financial Anxiety, 78% Immediately Spent Funds to Help With Housing, Utilities, Food Costs, Activities for Kids  Survey Finds Majority of Parents, Even Those Not Eligible to Receive the Child Tax Credit, Want to See Payments Continued August 10, 2021— Ahead of the second monthly child tax credit payment to parents and caregivers across the …

Blended Learning May Be Hardest on Kids

A new ParentsTogether Action survey of 1,100 parents shows that parents of school children in blended, or hybrid, models may be struggling more than children in either all-remote or full-time, in-person arrangements.

NEW SURVEY: Two Months After Insurrectionist Attack on the US Capitol, 67% of Parents Concerned About Kids Being Influenced by White Supremacist Content Online

Survey Shows Majority of Parents Are Taking New steps to limit the time their children spend online in light of the January 6 attack  89% Say Tech Companies Need to Do a Better Job of Protecting Kids WASHINGTON D.C. — A new survey from ParentsTogether, a family advocacy organization with more than 2.5 million members nationwide, revealed that parents are …

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NEW SURVEY: 87% of US Families Support “Kid Cash”– Expansion of the Child Tax Credit in COVID Relief Bill

Majority of Parents Say $300/child Monthly Payments Would Have a Huge Impact on Their Family’s Financial Wellbeing Two Thirds of Families Say They Would Spend the Credit on Rent, Food or Utilities February 18, 2021 – According to a new survey released by the family advocacy group, ParentsTogether Action, 87% of families support the proposal by Democrats in Congress to …

ParentsTogether’s 2021 Emergency Survival Plan for Families

What Families Need To Thrive Pushed to the Breaking Point In 2020, families across the United States experienced unimaginable hardship. The coronavirus pandemic forced millions out of work and the majority of children out of in-person school or daycare. By the end of the year, many families had reached both financial and emotional breaking points. In December, three quarters of …

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ParentsTogether’s Survey of Families in America Identifies Increasingly Dire Financial Crisis with 37% of Families Worse Off Now Than One Month Ago

With benefits cliff looming, families are desperate for another relief package from Congress Report Also Shows Deep Mental Health Crisis, 67% Say Someone in Their House is Struggling Emotionally; 47% Say Kids Mental Health Has Gotten Worse Since Summer December 10, 2020 — According to a new survey from ParentsTogether, families across the United States are reaching both financial and …