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Brand-New Community Risk Ranking Reveals State of NYC Families

Brand-New Community Risk Ranking Reveals State of NYC Families

Since the height of the Great Recession, outcomes for New York City children and families have generally improved. But our new report out today demonstrates that outcomes in some communities have not kept pace with the recovery, and even in districts w …

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Keeping Track of NYC’s Children in 2017

Keeping Track of NYC’s Children in 2017

With New York City’s families just beginning to recover from the Great Recession, now is an important time to focus our attention on the needs of children and families. Coming off citywide elections, we must acknowledge progress where it’s been made – …

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CityViews: An Uneven Recovery from the Great Recession Widens Racial Gaps

CityViews: An Uneven Recovery from the Great Recession Widens Racial Gaps

This post originally appeared on City Limits.  The Census Bureau’s annual release of findings from the American Community Survey – the tool used to produce official estimates of income and poverty among other important indicators – has brought good new …

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Two Days at Fordham: Dumpson Memorial Lecture on Family Well-Being and Working Forum Recap

Last month, Citizens’ Committee for Children of New York (CCC), along with the Fordham Graduate School of Social Service and the Fordham School of Law, hosted the James R. Dumpson Memorial Lecture on Family Well-Being and Working Forum on New York City …

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New York State Passes Legislation to Help Children in Foster Care by Enhancing KinGAP

This week, Governor Cuomo signed legislation sponsored and championed by Assembly member Hevesi and Senator Avella, which will help more children leave foster care to live permanently with family members more quickly. Citizens’ Committee for Children h …

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