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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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East Harlem Center Keystone Club Honored for Work in Career Exploration and Community Service

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Milbank Center Student Shares His Experiences, Speaks out Against Federal Budget Cuts

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Richard Buery, Children's Aid President and CEO, Responds to Calls for ACS Commissioner's Resignation

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The Children’s Aid Society serves tens of thousands of New York City children every day, including more than 4,000 children and families in the child welfare system. Ensuring the safety and well being of our city’s most vulnerable children is difficult work. It requires serious leadership, and I believe that John Mattingly, Commissioner of the Administration for Children’s Services (ACS), has been such a leader.

New York City Council Member Ydanis Rodriguez Talks About the Importance of Early Childhood Education

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Carrera Adolescent Pregnancy Prevention Program is Awarded $3.5 Million Social Innovation Fund Grant

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