Early Childhood

Reading for the Record and a Visit from Simba

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On October 3, children and adults across America united to read the children’s book Otis by Loren Long as part of Jumpstart’s national campaign, Read for the Record. Each year, this campaign brings millions individuals together to promote the importance of early childhood education, literacy and kindergarten preparedness.

Early Childhood Curriculum Featured on WNYC

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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

Children’s Aid Community School Celebrates Thanksgiving

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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.

The Children’s Aid Society Celebrates 10 Years in the Bronx!

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

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