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Join the Youth Council for a Screening of their Movie on Bullying

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Hundreds Rally in the Bronx to Save After-School and Child Care Programs

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By: Keyla Espinal

Neuberger Berman Volunteers Get Kids Thinking About College

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Richard Buery Calls for Preservation of After-School and Child Care Programs on Manhattan Viewpoint Blog

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11th Annual Children's Art Show

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Latest Update on the Campaign to Save After-School and Child Care for 47,000 Children

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The campaign continues to convince city leaders to preserve funding for 47,000 after-school and child care slots. The Huffington Post provides a detailed look at the situation, including comments from Katherine Eckstein, Children's Aid Director of Public Policy:

Spring 2012 - School Based Health Centers Dashboard

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Contents

  • Our results
  • More on School-Based Health Programs including Ready to Achieve Cardiovascular Health (REACH), ChildSight Vision Screenings, No-Touch Dental Screenings and more
  • 2011 Federal Funding Update

School Based Health Centers Dashboard - Spring 2012

TODAY is Call In Day - Tell City Leaders to Save Child Care and After-School Programs

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The Mayor's proposed budget cuts will eliminate child care and after-school programs for 47,000 children. On Monday, April 30th, YOU can help by calling city leaders and telling them to save these vital programs. Here's how:

What You Can Do

On Monday, April 30th, call (888) 279-3491 and use the following script as a guide (please be polite):

Children's Aid Dads Pledge Their Best at Daddy Pick Up Day

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Association of Southeast Asian Nations Visits Salomé Ureña Campus

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