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A Fairer New York City Requires Salary Parity for the Early Childhood Workforce

This oped by CCC Executive Director Jennifer March appeared online at the Gotham Gazette on February 20, 2019. At his State of the City address, Mayor de Blasio pointed to the expansion of universal prekindergarten for New York City four-year-olds and …

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Census 2020: Resource Page

On behalf of the New York Counts 2020 coalition, thanks for your interest in our 2020 Census outreach efforts. Citizens’ Committee for Children of New York are honored to be among such motivated advocates and strong partners in the NYC Counts 2020 coal …

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CCC’s Analysis of City FY2020 Preliminary Budget

Last week, Mayor de Blasio released his $92.2 billion Preliminary Budget for Fiscal Year 2020, which begins on July 1, 2019. The Preliminary Budget proposes investments in Fair Fares reduced-price Metrocards, 3-K expansion, strategies to reduce and add …

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Staff Spotlight: Alice Bufkin

For our latest staff spotlight, we sat down with Alice Bufkin, CCC’s Director of Policy for Child and Adolescent Health. Alice focuses on improving outcomes for children in areas including mental health, school readiness, and young child and maternal h …

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Honor the Victims of the Youth Justice System Through Continued Advocacy

Honor the Victims of the Youth Justice System Through Continued Advocacy

We are thinking of Kalief Browder and his family. In 2010, Kalief was detained at Rikers Island at 16 while awaiting trial. He was wrongfully accused of stealing a backpack – a charge that was eventually dropped in 2013. For three years, Kalief as a te …

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