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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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The Children's Aid Society Kids and Music: Nourish the Mind and Soul

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Children's Aid/AileyCamp: Dance and the Power of the Self

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The Children's Aid Society's Camps Combine Educational and Cultural Experiences with, "Good old summertime fun"

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In 1873 in New York City The Children's Aid Society leased and then equipped a large house on Staten Island, establishing the first "Fresh Air" type of vacations for city children and mothers. The rural surroundings offered an escape from hot city streets and stifling tenements that the children faced every day.

Taking Time to Honor Academic Achievers and Civic Minded Youth

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New York's Children's Aid Society Teens Speak Out-On Education

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Fourteen teens from community schools and centers across The Children's Aid Society visited City Hall on April 30th

A Holistic Approach to Keeping Bullies at Bay

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As any student, teacher or parent knows, bullying can have a huge impact in the way students view the school environment. The news that next month the American Academy of Pediatrics will revise their policies on the pediatrician's role in youth violence to include a section on bullying, gives weight to the idea that bullying is an issue that needs to be dealt with on all levels, including medically.

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