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Rhinelander Saturday Program for Deaf Children and Teens Honors Lost Participant

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Children’s Aid Society and Diverse Coalition Demand City Reinstate Funding for After-School Programs

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The Children’s Aid Society, along with representatives from CAMBA, The Educational Alliance, The After-School Corporation, YMCA of Greater New York, United Neighborhood Houses, Good Shepherd Services, UJA-Federation and other advocates, was joined by Council members Lew Fidler and Jumanne D. Williams at a press conference on the steps of City Hall this morning to demand the City reinstate the $23 million proposed reduction in vital after-school programs.

Richard Buery, Children’s Aid Society President and CEO, Addresses Mayor’s Executive Budget

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May is National Teen Pregnancy Prevention Month

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Community School Honors the Memory of Jobis Ozoria

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2011 Iron Go! Chefs Competition: Teamwork, Healthy Cooking and Fun!

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Incredible Talent On Display at the 10th Annual Children's Art Show

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The Associates Council: Young Professionals Making a Difference for Children's Aid

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Richard Buery on The Huffington Post: Sensibility Must Prevail in Approach to Teen Pregnancy Prevention

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"But teen pregnancy is a real problem, and it requires real solutions, not political jockeying. It is particularly acute among teens living in poverty. The Children's Aid Society has worked for years to address the issue and with our Carrera Adolescent Pregnancy Prevention Program (CAS-Carrera) we have seen real results."

Richard Buery, President and CEO of The Children's Aid Society

Harlem Youth Show Off Knowledge and Skill in Moot Court

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