The Children’s Aid Society (CAS) school-based Early Childhood Programs (ECP) are implemented in five of our New York City community schools, four in Manhattan and one in the South Bronx.


In our work at the National Center for Community Schools, one of the most frequently asked questions from colleagues around the country is this: “What is your relationship to the Coalition for Community Schools?”


Community schools are not confined to the United States. In fact, there are thousands of institutions adopting and adapting this approach across the globe.

Visitor Profiles

On March 14, Assemblywoman Gabriela Rosa visited the Salome Ureña de Henriquez campus. She accepted our invitation to see the school, learn about the community school strategy and discuss the importance of school-based health centers (SBHCs).

What's Informing Our Thinking

This month we recommend Making the Grade: Assessing the Evidence for Integrated Student Supports, a study released on February 25 by Child Trends.