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The Future of the NYC Family Court

The Future of the NYC Family Court

Our bi-annual Justine Wise Polier Symposium honored the legacy of Justice Polier, one of CCC’s founders, by focusing on the New York City Family Court’s strategic plan and new initiatives underway. With nine new Judges in NYC, which CCC helped to lead …

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CCC’s Summary of the NYC Fiscal Year 2017 Executive Budget

On April 26, Mayor de Blasio released his $82.2 billion Executive Budget for City Fiscal Year 2017, which begins July 1, 2016. During his announcement, the Mayor described the budget as a statement of “our values and principles” and as a means to “lift …

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Understanding Diversity in NYC’s Public Schools

Understanding Diversity in NYC’s Public Schools

(Click here to enlarge map above) With 1.1 million students in more than 1,700 schools, New York City is the largest public school system in the country. Recently there has been a significant amount of discussion about the issue of diversity in the Cit …

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HELP us FIGHT Cuts to Summer Programs for Nearly 31,000 Middle School Students

HELP us FIGHT Cuts to Summer Programs for Nearly 31,000 Middle School Students

Yesterday, CCC stood on the steps of City Hall with City Council Youth Services Chair Eugene and our partners in the Campaign for Children to object to the Administration’s plan to cut summer programs for nearly 31,000 middle school students.  Watch NY …

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Using KT Online to Understand Housing Instability in High-Risk Communities

We recently examined on our blog the ways in which CCC’s Keeping Track data help to illustrate the critical need for action at all levels of government to support families facing housing instability and homelessness in New York City. In this new post, …

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