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Children's Aid Announces Partnership with Jumpstart to Address Early Childhood Achievement Gap

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Written by: Margaret Caspe, Ph. D., Director of Early Childhood Programs, CAS

Richard Buery, Children’s Aid Society President and CEO, Addresses New York City Budget

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It's not too late to save childcare and early childhood education

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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.

Campers Dance Their Way thru the Summer

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Teens ‘Do Something’ to Collect School Supplies for The Children’s Aid Society

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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.

May was National Foster Care Month: The Children's Aid Society Supports Youth in Foster Care and Their Families

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Katherine Eckstein is The Children's Aid Society's New Director of Public Policy

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Giving in a Recession: Children’s Aid Society of New York Earns “Exceptional” 4-Star Rating Eight Years in a Row!

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