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Domestic Violence Part 2: The Effect of Domestic Violence on Children

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This is the second in a series of blogs on domestic violence and healthy relationships which we originally posted last year in honor of October’s Domestic Violence Awareness Month. Check back each week in October for upcoming blogs on Why People Abuse and Why Victims Stay.

Mutual Support: the Community Schools Strategy

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Students learn best when their physical, mental, emotional, and other needs are met, but schools rarely have the time and resources available to meet those needs. If schools can find a way to engage families and communities, students are more likely to succeed. But how? One answer is the community schools strategy.

Volunteers Teach Children That We Are Stronger Together

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Children's Aid Announces Partnership with Jumpstart to Address Early Childhood Achievement Gap

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Written by: Margaret Caspe, Ph. D., Director of Early Childhood Programs, CAS

Congratulations to Francisco Núñez, Former CAS Music Director, Newly Named 2011 MacArthur Fellow

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The Early Days of The Children’s Aid Society

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Protect Your Child Against Cyber Bullying

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Richard Buery on The Huffington Post: Nonprofits Need Vets to Build the Nation

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"Because of their commitment to positive social change and dynamic work environments, nonprofits offer veterans unique opportunities to continue their service to America, and the sector can use the support."

Jane Quinn and Sarah Jonas Address Youth Work in New Book

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The Children’s Aid Society’s very own Jane Quinn, Vice President and Director of National Center for Community Schools and Sarah Jonas, Director of the Regional Initiatives Department, pave the way for more effective youth work with their contribution to the newly released book, Advancing Youth Work.

Healthy Foods Take Over East Harlem

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Earlier this month, participants of The Children’s Aid Society (CAS) attended an event at Union Settlement in East Harlem where Manhattan Borough President Scott M. Stringer and the stars of Super Sprowtz, an nutritional education series, talked to over 200 children about the importance of living a healthy lifestyle.

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