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New Report Shows Growing Inequality for Children and Families on Staten Island’s North Shore

A new Staten Island community needs assessment released today by Citizens’ Committee for Children of New York (CCC) calls attention to the growing inequality on the North Shore of Staten Island where many residents are not benefiting from the strengthe …

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New Census Data Reveal 30 Percent of NYC Children Living in Poverty Are Under Age 5

The United States Census Bureau released today the latest data on income and poverty levels from the American Community Survey. The 2017 ACS data reveals many of the same trends we see in years past, with children under 18 making up the largest percent …

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Board Leadership Q&A

Board Leadership Q&A

With the new program year right around the corner, this year’s Board Chair, Ronnie Dillon, and President, Arlette Ferguson Mathis, are gearing up for their new roles. We sat down with them to learn a little more about them and their involvement with CC …

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El Nido: Preparing families for the future in Washington Heights

El Nido: Preparing families for the future in Washington Heights

When we interviewed residents of northern Manhattan for our report, Celebrating Strengths, Addressing Needs: Community Driven Solutions To Improve Well-Being In Northern Manhattan, one of the biggest concerns we heard was around a lack of access to inf …

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Report Highlights Early Education Workforce as “New Generation of Minimum Wage Laws”

Report Highlights Early Education Workforce as “New Generation of Minimum Wage Laws”

A new report from UC Berkeley calls attention to the low and inequitable wages earned by professionals in the early childhood education system. The report, At the Wage Floor: Covering Homecare and Early Care and Education Workers in the New Generation …

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