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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.

Richard Buery, Children's Aid President and CEO, Addresses the New York State Budget Agreement

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The New York State Legislature and the Governor reached an agreement late Wednesday night on the Fiscal Year 11-12 budget, where a $10 billion shortfall was closed by spending cuts in education and health and human services. Most of these cuts will have a profoundly negative effect on New York's most vulnerable citizens.

Richard Buery, Children's Aid President and CEO, Responds to the Recent Indictment of Two Former ACS Staff

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President and CEO Rich Buery discusses how public education is failing black students

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New York Life Foundation Grants $450,000 to The Children's Aid Society's Next Generation Center

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Rich Buery Profiled in Times' 'Corner Office'

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Rich Buery’s ideas about leadership and his passion for changing the status and condition of children in the United States are on display in his interview in the “Corner Office” column published in The New York Times Business Section on Sunday, September 12, 2010.

Read the article on the New York Times Website.

Children’s Aid CEO Reacts to Study by Brookings Institution

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On July 20, 2010, the Brookings Institution posted a study by Grover J. Whitehurst and Michelle Croft, “The Harlem Children’s Zone, Promise Neighborhoods, and the Broader, Bolder Approach to Education.”

Richard R. Buery, Jr., The Children’s Aid Society’s President and CEO, offers this reaction to the report.

Yes We Can!

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Richard R. Buery, Jr.: Schott details ‘shocking divide between American ideal of equal opportunity and actual practice’ 

A Night to Remember

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CAS/AileyCamp's 20/20 Illumination

Richard R. Buery, Jr. Celebrates Iron Go!Chefs Competition

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