Community Schools

Education Week Article Covers Children's Aid Community Schools

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Children's Aid Fights for New York City's Kids

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The Children’s Aid Society’s “Pioneering” Community Schools To Be Featured in New International Education Publications

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New Children’s Aid Society Charter School to Give Neediest Kids in the South Bronx an Advantage Through Lottery

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"Mr. Martin" and Our Education Exchange

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By Tamara Royal, Education Director for P.S. 5 Head Start, a Children's Aid Society Community School

Mutual Support: the Community Schools Strategy

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Students learn best when their physical, mental, emotional, and other needs are met, but schools rarely have the time and resources available to meet those needs. If schools can find a way to engage families and communities, students are more likely to succeed. But how? One answer is the community schools strategy.

Protect Your Child Against Cyber Bullying

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Jane Quinn and Sarah Jonas Address Youth Work in New Book

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The Children’s Aid Society’s very own Jane Quinn, Vice President and Director of National Center for Community Schools and Sarah Jonas, Director of the Regional Initiatives Department, pave the way for more effective youth work with their contribution to the newly released book, Advancing Youth Work.

Richard Buery on The Huffington Post: Aftermath of a Child Welfare Tragedy; A More Holistic Approach

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Richard Buery Featured in City Hall News Story

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A Class By Himself

Children’s Aid Society’s Richard Buery jumps into the business of schooling

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