Education

Children’s Aid Youth Strive to Design the “Perfect School”

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Students Train to Be Leaders on Vacation Day

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On November 11th, Veterans Day, approximately eighty middle school students dedicated their day off from school to a leadership training workshop to become Certified Youth Advocates in either Healthy Food, School-Based Health Care, Anti-Bullying, or Healthy Streets and Active Transportation.

Celebrate National Philanthropy Day

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The Children’s Aid Society Celebrates 10 Years in the Bronx!

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Don't Let Children Slide This Summer

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Two Children’s Aid Community Schools Receive Excellence in School Wellness Awards!

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These Kids Have Common Cents!

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Children’s Aid Uses Reliable Data to Better Serve Children

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In today’s information economy, reliable data is invaluable to good decision making. We look to nutrition facts on our food packaging to help us make healthy eating choices; trust newspapers to keep us up-to-date on current events; and utilize resources like the Better Business Bureau to help us find reputable services.

Art is More than a “Secondary Subject”

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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

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