Community Schools

Community Schools in Action: Addressing the Opportunity Gap

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In 1992, Children's Aid launched its first community school, which organizes the resources of the school and the community around student success.

Youth Council Tackles Bullying in Schools

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Last night, dozens of students, parents and community members gathered at the Barnes & Noble Bookstore on East 86th Street to discuss one of the biggest problems facing schools today: bullying.

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.

Children’s Aid Community School Honored with Excellence in School Wellness Award

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By: Stefania Patinella

Students receive $1,500 to implement cardiovascular health awareness project in their school

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Children’s Aid Community School Celebrates Thanksgiving

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Pursuing the American Dream Through Education

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Getting Ready for After-School

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We made it through the first few days of school. A few obstacles here and there, but here we are, in one piece. What’s next? Well for many working parents whose schedules do not necessarily match up with their child’s, after-school programming is often necessary and requires as much planning and anticipation as the first day of school.

Children’s Aid Youth Celebrate Their Summer Employers

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Children’s Aid CEO Reacts to Study by Brookings Institution

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On July 20, 2010, the Brookings Institution posted a study by Grover J. Whitehurst and Michelle Croft, “The Harlem Children’s Zone, Promise Neighborhoods, and the Broader, Bolder Approach to Education.”

Richard R. Buery, Jr., The Children’s Aid Society’s President and CEO, offers this reaction to the report.

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