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The Children's Aid Society in New York: Hope Leadership Academy

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A new study says that for children and teens who suffer violence at the hands of peers, immediate one-on-one mentoring on how to avoid conflict and diffuse threats reduces their risk of becoming victims again. Participants who received personalized counseling and formed a mentoring relationship with counselors reported 25% fewer fights and 42% fewer injuries from fights six months later.

The Children's Aid Society in New York: A Pioneer and Still a Leader of Medical Treatment for Children

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Teens Talk Education with Children's Aid NYC and the New York City Council, Department of Education

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Corporate Child Care Is This Summer's Hot Ticket

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It's now summer and millions of schoolchildren across the country are celebrating summer vacation.

But for many parents, summer vacation is anything but. In single-parent and 2-income households, those 2 months often mean a desperate scramble to find safe and affordable childcare.

As New York City Budget Cuts Loom, the Most Important Investment to make is in our Children and their Future

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Children's Aid Society in New York Presents MinyanLand to Promote Importance of Financial Literacy

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Photo by Ben Russell We all know the importance of the three Rs in education - "reading, 'riting, and 'rithmetic". But also knowing how to earn, save, spend and give money -financial literacy - seems more important than ever in this era of foreclosures, credit card debt and recession.

New York's Children's Aid Society Fights Stress and Generations of Poverty

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Children's Aid Announces New CEO

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The Children's Aid Society is excited to announce the appointment of Richard R. Buery, Jr. as our new President and Chief Executive Officer. He will succeed C. Warren "Pete" Moses, who will retire after our annual meeting in October. Buery, 37, will be the organization's first African-American leader.

Children Among Hardest Hit by Recession

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Mentoring Self Esteem and Building Success in Life with The Children's Aid Society in New York

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