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Summer Learning at Summer Camp is Vital for NYC’s Children and Families

Citizens’ Committee for Children and the Campaign for Children are once again highlighting the importance of enrichment programs for children and youth, even during the summer months. Earlier this year, it seemed like summer camp for 34,000 middle scho …

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New Test Scores Show Progress for NYC Public School Students

New Test Scores Show Progress for NYC Public School Students

We at CCC are very pleased that the 2014-15 school year math and English test scores for students in grades three through eight released today show continued progress for NYC’s public school students. Interestingly, this data is one of the first years …

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LEADERSHIP starts with YOU

LEADERSHIP starts with YOU

For over fifty years, concerned citizens just like you have taken our Community Leadership Course. They have had the unique opportunity to observe how programs across NYC’s five boroughs benefit children and discovered how they can contribute in making …

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Using Keeping Track Data to Better Meet the Needs of Children in Hunts Point

After the release of CCC’s Community Risk Ranking earlier this year, CCC and the Hunts Point Alliance for Children began conversations about what the data tell us about the needs of children and families living in the community. The Hunts Point Allianc …

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It is 5/29—or as we call it—529 Day!

It is May 29th (5/29) –  a great time to remind ourselves just how important 529 college savings accounts are. 529 college savings accounts help give young people the opportunity to attend college. Although the details of 529 plans differ from state to …

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