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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 …

Statement by CCC Executive Director Jennifer March on Salary Disparities in NYC’s Early Childhood Workforce

For Immediate Release: February 15, 2018 Contact: Elysia Murphy, emurphy@cccnewyork.org, 212-673-1800 x18   “Mayor de Blasio promoted an immediate expansion of Pre-K for All in his Preliminary FY 2019 budget and echoed these plans in his State of …

Salary Disparities in NYC’s Early Childhood Education Workforce

The pay disparities experienced by early educators in the Mayor’s signature issue – universal pre-K and now 3 k – are profound and troubling. In fact, CBOs provide the majority of seats for pre-K and teachers in CBOs are paid far less than DOE teachers …

Testimony: New York State Fiscal Year 2018-2019 Executive Budget Human Services Hearing

On February 6, 2018, CCC testified before the New York State Senate Finance and Assembly Ways and Means Committees regarding the State Fiscal Year 2018-2019 Executive Budget proposals related to human services. CCC’s testimony focused on our concerns a …

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 …

CCC Summary Of The Preliminary Budget For City Fiscal Year 2019

On February 1, 2018, Mayor de Blasio released his $88.67 billion Preliminary Budget for City Fiscal Year 2019, which begins July 1, 2018. The Preliminary Budget proposes new investments in Runaway and Homeless Youth Drop-in Centers, the creation of aff …

Testimony: New York State Fiscal Year 2018-2019 Executive Budget Education Hearing

On January 31, 2018 CCC submitted testimony to the New York State Senate Finance and Assembly Ways and Means Committees regarding the Executive Budget proposals related to education. CCC’s testimony supported Executive Budget proposals to better suppor …

What Governor Cuomo’s proposed budget means for children and families

Yesterday, Governor Cuomo released his Executive Budget for State Fiscal Year 2018-2019. The Executive Budget includes a number of proposals CCC supports such as investments in prekindergarten, after-school programs, community schools, child care, the …

Renewing our commitment to NYC children and families

A new year is a time for a fresh start, but for many, the threats looming at the federal level that may result in cuts to critical services for low-income children and families leave little hope for the future.  Additional challenges may emerge as the …

Promoting Equity and Mobility of Children and Parents

This post originally ran on PowHerNY.  As election season continues to build, candidates should know that New York City voters want to see a continued expansion of early childhood education, after-school and summer programming. The Campaign for Childre …

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