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Health Disparities Can Negatively Impact Urban Youth Achievement

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In the great work of education...our physical condition, if not the first step in point of importance, is the first in order of time. On the broad and firm foundation of health alone can the loftiest and most enduring structures of the intellect be reared.” Horace Mann

Children’s Aid Society’s Resources: An Education In Itself

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Kevon’s Choices

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The New York Times Neediest Cases Fund recently featured this Children’s Aid story about Kevon Simpson and how with the help of our Next Generation Center and counselor, Leslie Smith is attending Erie Community College in Buffalo New York. The following is an excerpt from the original article, which was published in the November 30th issue of the New York Times.  

The Children’s Aid Society Cares for its Earth

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(Photo Courtesy of Ilene Pappert)

Children’s Aid and FC Harlem Celebrate New Soccer Field

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Dunlevy Milbank Center participants Evan Douglas Vazquez (front), Khalil Herring, Jaelen Summers, Michael Schamburger and Pedro Marquez

Supplemental Report On Food And Nutrition: Harmful Health Effects Of Sugar-Sweetened Beverages

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A Landlord’s Foreclosure Puts a Tenant in Trouble

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The New York Times Neediest Cases Fund recently featured this Children’s Aid story about Alice Garvin and how assistance helped her move into a new apartment in Bushwick, Brooklyn . Below is an excerpt from the original article.

Help Children's Aid win $250K to send 1,000 New York City Kids to Camp this Summer

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East Harlem Head Start Hosts a Healthy Cooking Training for Neighborhood Home Visitors

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Children’s Aid Brings It Home for Families In Need

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