Featured Publications

REady to Achieve Cardiovascular Health, Where to Begin: How We Got Started, Empowering Youth for a Better Tomorrow: What We Taught and more

20 Years of Community Schools, From the CEO: Taking Urban Schools to a New Level, Donor Spotlight: TransCanada, Take Action: Save After-School Programs, A Fresh Look at Black History Month and more...

School Based Health Centers (SBHC) are considered by experts as one of the most effective and efficient ways to provide preventive health care to children. Few programs are as successful in delivering health care to children at no cost to the patient, and where they are: in school.

Keeping the Promise: 2011 Annual Report: New York City's children deserve a fair opportunity to take part in the American dream—the idea that where you end up in life should not be determined by where you started. At The Children’s Aid Society, that’s our promise to New York City's children.

Wagon Road Campers Avoid "Summer Slide", From the CEO: Closing the Achievement Gap through Community Charter Schools, Donor Spotlight: Associates Council, Keeping the Promise: CAS's Inaugural Gala and more...

CAS Community School Students Lead School Based Health Center Tour, Keeping Young Hearts Healthy, 5 Healthy Habits for Healthier Families and more

Financial Literacy for Communities in Need, A Program with Results and more...

Lasting Change Children's Aid continually strives for new and inventive ways to see underserved children and families through hard times. By evolving our thinking, we can work to anticipate needs and craft sustainable change that works.

Archived columns by Jane Quinn, Children's Aid Vice President for Community Schools and Director for National Center for Community Schools. The columns were originally published in Youth Today.