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Spring 2010 - Children's Aid Newsletter

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Contents

  • Budget Cuts Affect Summer Camps
  • Healthy Choices Begin Now
  • Preparing Youth for the Changing Job Market
  • Donor Spotlight

Winter 2010 - Children's Aid Newsletter

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Contents

  • Looking for Foster Parents
  • From the CEO: Continuing Our Critical Work
  • Keeping Supporters Up-To-Date: The Children's Aid Blog
  • Partner Spotlight: EXCEL at NYU Academy
  • Our Work at a Glance: Hope Leadership Academy Expands
  • We Care Gift Workshop
  • Meet Lena Marie, Past Participant in the EXCEL Program and Current NYU Student
  • Monthly Giving — A Simple Way to Increase your Impact

Domestic Violence Prevention and Intervention Services

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The Children’s Aid Society believes that when there is violence in the home, every member of the family is affected. That's why the Family Wellness Program addresses domestic violence from the perspective of the entire family.

A wide range of services is available for those who have experienced violence in their homes or in dating relationships. They include:

What's Informing Our Thinking

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Equity and ESSA: Leveraging Educational Opportunity Through the Every Student Succeeds Act
By Channa M. Cook-Harvey, Linda Darling-Hammond, Livia Lam, Charmaine Mercer, and Martens Roc

Visitors Profiles

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December 7
Communities in Schools National Office, Alexandria, Virginia

The Power of Authentic Family and Community Engagement

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On a post-election Tuesday last month, the Children’s Aid Parent Coordinator Fatima Reyes facilitated a discussion among 52 parents about strategies families can use to get through tough times. This session was part of an early morning Parent-Teacher Association (PTA) meeting at one of the three middle schools at the Mirabal Sisters Campus (MSC), a Children’s Aid community school since 1994.

Re-Imagining of Community Schools in Flint Gains Momentum

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The last three school years have been remarkable in terms of growth for the Flint Community Schools Initiative (FCS)—as the work moved from an initial pilot in two elementary schools on one campus in 2014-15, to three additional elementary schools in 2015-16, to the entire District (11 schools, including two high schools) this Fall.

Visitors Profiles

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November 15
State Council Leading Group Office of Poverty Alleviation and Development, and Triway International Group, China 

What's Informing Our Thinking

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Dutch Coalition for Community Schools

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When you think of the Netherlands, the first thing that might come to your mind is probably Amsterdam, famous for its Rembrandts, the red light district, and its smoky coffee shops. The older generation might think of windmills, tulips, and wooden shoes.

Besides our rich culture, we also have primary education in the Netherlands. At the age of 4 our children start their education at a primary school. Did you know that a very important development in the Netherlands is the realization of the Brede School (community schools), the so-called ”child centers”?

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