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Children’s Aid Names Three New Division Directors in Move to Focus on College Graduation

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Tue, 2012-12-11

New York, NY - The Children’s Aid Society announced today three senior appointments in its newly formed Early Childhood, School-Age and Adolescence Divisions, part of an organization-wide restructuring, called “Keeping the Promise,” that is designed to create a pathway to college graduation for the children living in poverty whom Children’s Aid serves.

NYC Architects and Designers Bring “Santa’s Workshop” to Dunlevy Milbank

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On Friday, December 7, The Boys and Girls Club of America and Herman Miller teamed up with top New York City architecture and interior design firms to present the 16th annual “We Care” event at The Children’s Aid Society’s Dunlevy Milbank Center.

Children’s Aid Society Names Beverly Colon, RPA-C Vice President of Health & Wellness

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Fri, 2012-12-07

New York, NY - The Children’s Aid Society announced today that Beverly Colon, Director of Health Services at The Children’s Aid Society, has been appointed Vice President for Health and Wellness, a newly created senior position at the agency.  

Milbank Flyers Get a New Look, in New York Times Story, Slideshow and Video

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There are youth basketball teams and there are basketball programs. The difference, according to Roosevelt Byers, is that to run a basketball program, you must consider how a child is progressing on and off the court.

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The Children’s Aid Society to Honor Citi, Bill McDermott, SAP Co-CEO at Second Annual ‘Keeping the Promise’ Gala

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NEW YORK, NY, November 19, 2012 – The Children’s Aid Society will honor Citigroup Inc. and Bill McDermott, SAP Co-CEO, at its second annual gala, to be held on Thursday, November 29, from 6:00 to 9:00 p.m. at event space 583 Park Avenue in New York City. The Keeping the Promise gala will celebrate Children’s Aid’s nearly 160 years of service to New York’s neediest children and families, while showcasing the work of corporate and community leaders who uphold the Children’s Aid promise through meaningful partnerships.

The Children’s Aid Society to Honor Citi, Bill McDermott, SAP Co-CEO at Second Annual ‘Keeping the Promise’ Gala

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NEW YORK, NY, November 19, 2012 – The Children’s Aid Society will honor Citigroup Inc. and Bill McDermott, SAP Co-CEO, at its second annual gala, to be held on Thursday, November 29, from 6:00 to 9:00 p.m. at event space 583 Park Avenue in New York City. The Keeping the Promise gala will celebrate Children’s Aid’s nearly 160 years of service to New York’s neediest children and families, while showcasing the work of corporate and community leaders who uphold the Children’s Aid promise through meaningful partnerships.

Reflections On Northern Ireland Trip: A Case Study of Equity In Action

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Community Schools Strategy Focuses on Results

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With talk of education reform picking up as we near the Fall elections, it seems worthwhile to look again at results from the implementation of Community Schools across the country. Public discussions about voucher systems, high-stakes testing and teacher evaluations are commonplace these days, but the rationale or evidence behind these ideas are not always so clear cut. The Community Schools strategy, however, is rooted in a very solid base of theoretical and empirical evidence.

Reach Out and Read

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Believing that early literacy leads to success in life, all Children’s Aid health centers participate in the Reach Out and Read program.

Reach Out and Read prepares America's youngest children to succeed in school by partnering with doctors to prescribe books and encourage families to read together.

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