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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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Creating Engagement between Schools and Their Communities: Lessons from Educational Leaders, edited by Ted Purinton and Carlos Azcoitia, Lexington Books, 2016.

Visitors Profiles

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February 1
Munhwa Broadcasting Corporation, South Korea

Global Communities of Practice: The Next Phase to New Institutional Designs

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Community schools are often presented as an American institutional design, one that redefines what a school is and does in relation to what children need and what a 21st century education system must include. No more. An impressive international social movement toward community schools is underway, and it includes a noteworthy development. In contrast to the language of “start-up” of the late 1990s, today’s language signals systems-building.

Children’s Aid School-Based Health Centers: Essential for 25 Years

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School-based health centers (SBHCs) are considered by experts as one of the most effective ways to provide primary and preventive health care to children and youth where they spend the most time: school. The mission of an SBHC is to make high-quality health care accessible and to ensure the physical and emotional well-being of children, adolescents, and families. With equitable, and timely, access to medical, dental, and mental health care, more children live healthier lives and are able to learn and thrive.

Visitors Profiles

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January 4 
Austin (TX) Independent School District, Office of Communications and Community Engagement

What's Informing Our Thinking

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Introducing Mindfulness, Meditation, and Calm Corners into Community Schools

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More and more schools are witnessing the benefits of bringing mindfulness practices into education as a strategy for promoting social and emotional learning among students and for replacing overly harsh (so-called “zero tolerance") disciplinary policies with alternatives that teach and apply new skills.

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