Education

The Children’s Aid Society 6th Annual Youth Speak Out

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2010 Children’s Aid Youth Council “Make a Change” Conference

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Report On School Absenteeism: Early Intervention Is Key To Academic Success

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The Children’s Aid Society Champions Access to Special Education

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Children’s Aid Report on Arts Education Benefits: MOTIVATION, IMAGINATION, EMANCIPATION.

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The Children’s Aid Society Celebrates Black History Month

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historyThroughout the city, The Children’s Aid Society is celebrating Black History Month. Children and staff are honoring Black heroes and she-roes and learning about their contributions to science, art, politics and technology.

The Children’s Aid Society: Helping Consumers Get a Hold of Their Credit

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Lifting a Girl and Her Ailing Grandmother

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The New York Times Neediest Cases Fund recently featured this Children’s Aid story about Maria Cruz de Leon and how Children’s Aid helped improve her reading. Below is an excerpt from the original article by Daniel Slotnik.

Get Fit For Life with Kelsey Stevens at The Children's Aid Society's Dunlevy Milbank Center in Harlem

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Sports & Fitness for the whole family is available year round at The Children's Aid Society's Dunlevy Milbank Center in Harlem. There is something for everyone: female focused fitness and basketball programs and an inter-generational program that brings in children and their family members regardless of age. Want to manage some of the biggest names in Sports? Learn how the Sport Management program at Dunlevy Milbank is preparing its teens for such an exciting career.

Special Needs Forum Held for Children’s Aid Head Start Parents in East Harlem

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