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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.

Youth Face Off in Tasty Cooking Competition

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Parents and Advocates Continue Efforts to Save Programs; Parents Bring to Life Startling Statistics in Campaign’s Report

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Spring 2012 - School Based Health Centers Dashboard

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Contents

  • Our results
  • More on School-Based Health Programs including Ready to Achieve Cardiovascular Health (REACH), ChildSight Vision Screenings, No-Touch Dental Screenings and more
  • 2011 Federal Funding Update

School Based Health Centers Dashboard - Spring 2012

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The 12th Annual Children's Aid Society Golf Classic raises $200,000 for children in need!

MODELS FOR TRANSFORMATION: Preventing Adolescent Pregnancy Webinar

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We invite you to join an online conversation with Dr. Michael Carrera to discuss an overview of the CAS-Carrera Adolescent Pregnancy Prevention program's innovative and evidence-based approach toward creating positive, life-long outcomes for young people.

When: Tuesday, January 24, 2012, 1 - 2 pm

Reserve your webinar seat now at: https://www3.gotomeeting.com/register/358377894

If you have any questions contact Lara Sweeney at (212) 949-4937 or laras@childrensaidsociety.org.

You're invited: Preventing Adolescent Pregnancy Webinar

Edinburgh and Glasgow School Children Educated About Nutrition in Fight Against Diabetes

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