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Salary Disparities in NYC’s Early Childhood Education Workforce

Salary Disparities in NYC’s Early Childhood Education Workforce

In his Preliminary FY 2019 budget, Mayor de Blasio proposed an immediate expansion of Pre-K for All to 3 year olds. This is a laudable, wise, and forward-thinking strategy to give every New York City child a strong educational foundation. Currently, th …

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The President’s Proposed Budget

On Friday, February 9th, the U.S. Senate and House of Representatives passed the Bipartisan Budget Act of 2018 that restored funding in 2019 for non-defense discretionary programs including education, job training, low-income housing, and more. It also …

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Reflections on SYEP Advocacy Day

Reflections on SYEP Advocacy Day

Jennifer is a junior at the Baccalaureate School for Global Education. She graduated from the YCLC in the spring of 2017, and has been an active YouthAction Member ever since. I was honored to be given the opportunity to emcee the rally for the 18th an …

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Mayor de Blasio’s Preliminary Budget

Yesterday, Mayor de Blasio released his $88.67 million Preliminary Budget for Fiscal Year 2019, which begins on July 1, 2018. The Mayor explained the City’s need to be fiscally prudent given budget uncertainties created by Washington, DC and Albany.  T …

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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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