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Michael Roberts Receives Patricia McGuirk Award

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Volunteers Give Much-Needed Face Lift to Harlem Center

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Children's Aid Continues Efforts to Expand Community School Model Under New Pilot Program

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CAS-Carrera Celebrates 26th Annual Parent Graduation

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Richard Buery on the Huffington Post: Let Education Reform Blossom in New York

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Just weeks after President Obama awarded New York State a reform-friendly waiver to onerous federal "No Child Left Behind" education rules, for-profit education firms are threatening to strangle the new reforms in the crib.

NY State Senate Recognizes Children’s Aid at Ercilia Pepin Parent Leadership Institute Graduation Ceremony

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Close to 500 mothers, fathers and grandparents from the Washington Heights and Harlem community schools received certificates of completion from the Ercilia Pepin Parent Leadership Institute (EPPLI) on Saturday, June 9--the biggest number in EPPLI’s history.

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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Richard Buery's Essay “Can We Save the City’s Children?” Published in The Atlantic

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The following is an excerpt from Can We Save the City's Children?, by Richard Buery, President and CEO of The Children's Aid Society, published as part of The Atlantic’s essay series, America the Fixable.

Children’s Aid Youth Talk Foster Care with One-Man Musical Performer

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