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The Children’s Aid Society Celebrates the Magic of Mentors During National Mentoring Month in January

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OPPCA Publications and Other Resources

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Publications from the Office of Public Policy and Client Advocacy

Other Children's Aid Publications

Testimony Before the New York City Council Committee on Technology in Government

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April 19, 2005

I would first like to thank the Committee for holding this hearing and for the Council’s ongoing leadership and commitment to advancing technological investment in New York City’s human services communities. I will be brief today, because my message is very simply to put a face on the issue.

Testimony Prepared for the Assembly Standing Committee on Education: Governance of the New York City School District

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March 13, 2009

Economic Security Cabinet Town Hall Meeting

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The New York Times Subprime Neediest Cases Program

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The New York Times Neediest Cases Fund has implemented a special initiative for victims of the subprime mortgage crisis - The Subprime Neediest Cases Program. The program is designed to provide financial assistance to affected families and individuals in the tri-state area, helping them secure stable and affordable housing. Eligible families who are losing their homes as a result of predatory practices can receive up to $10,000 in financial support for relocation or home retention. Basic eligibility criteria for assistance include the following:

Yes We Can: Arne Duncan Nominated as Education Secretary

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On December 16, 2008, President-elect Barack Obama nominated Chicago Public Schools CEO Arne Duncan to be Secretary of Education. As Education Secretary, Mr. Duncan would preside over the 4,200 employee, $68.6 billion US Department of Education. Among his many responsibilities would be the reauthorization of the nation’s seminal K-12 education law: No Child Left Behind.

Community Schools in New York City Sponsor Voter Registrations and Mock Elections

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Community Schools and Democratization: A Global Trend

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Early Head Start Educational Components

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Philosophy & Tools

Our philosophy of learning is based on The Creative Curriculum for Infants and Toddlers as well as a variety of books about child development theories from birth to three.

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