In the News Archive

Some NYC pre-K teachers paid up to 60% less than peers

Fight against family homelessness continues

“Every year we go through this”

Big problems for universal PreK

New York Nonprofit Media

NYN Media Buzz

Uptown Inequality

NYN First Read

Jennifer March

de Blasio’s budget could hurt homeless children

The latest about #SaveSummer

Study Details Racial Inequality In Northern Manhattan

Early Childhood Education Pay Parity

Capitol Pressroom

First Read

NYN Daily

Cuomo, don’t cut child welfare funding

Funding Need for Children’s Services

First Read

New York City Is Failing Homeless Students, Reports Say

Here and Now


City fears $200M hit from state due to criminal justice reform

Is Cuomo Ditching Kids in his Medicaid Reform Plan?

City Watch

Brownsville: No Label Necessary

Halifax Hurricanes forward Brown finds his groove

Pulse Extra

17 Wins in 2017: Nonprofits Driving Policy Change

Some eastern Queens children fall behind: Report

NYN Media Buzz Roundup

Brooklyn lawmakers take part in council speaker forum

New York Expands Funding Access for Close Kin Who Adopt

A Queens Blessing

At $3,700 a Month, ‘Affordable’ Apartments Go Begging

Homeless crisis spills over into well-off nabes

Mental health care for children in need

7 Policies to End Family Homelessness

One Homelessness Plan for One New York

New York City Is Urged to Revamp Child Services

City Leaders Advocate For Universal Free Lunch

The Fight for Free Lunch

What Brownsville Needs From New York Lawmakers

The Fine Print in New York’s Raise the Age Law

NY State Extends Budget Talks With No Agreement Yet on Raise the Age

Brownsville’s Basic Needs

Juvenile-Justice Proposal Gains Ground in New York

Queens Pols, Advocates Protest Senior Center Cuts

Risk Factors for NYC Children

The Fight Ahead for Our City’s Homeless Children

A Path Out Of Trouble

El riesgo que enfrentan los niños en la ciudad

Letitia James Urges City To Do More To Desegregate Schools

Making Children Part of the Debate

The Activist Bringing Tech Training to the Bronx

Evening Hours / Bill Cunningham (photos 14-15)

Top pastry chefs serve desserts to raise funds for NY hungry citizens

Editorial: A Step Forward for Juvenile Offenders

Advocacy groups calls for equal pay for early childhood educators

Coalition Urges Congress to Extend Charitable Tax Breaks

High Hopes for Medicaid Reform

De Blasio allies push day care, afterschool funding

BK Live 5.7.15: NYC Kids Report

Evening Hours | Benefits and a Memorial

Additional funding sought for afterschool programs

Raise-the-Age Movement Gains Momentum

Children’s advocacy group on the benefits of pre-K

Child Service Disparities Found In City

NE Queens scores high in childhood safety

New Report Highlights Well-Being of Children

Stimulants Common for N.Y. Children on Medicaid

Capital Data: Child poverty in New York City

Subsidies for the Homeless

Opinion: Keeping Youths Out of Adult Prison

COURTS: State to strengthen Family Court bench.

Council, Education Officials Spar Over Free Lunch

Advocates Call for SYEP Expansion

Oh, Just the Attorney General

Evening Hours | Petals and Medals

A Brownsville Sanctuary, 100 Years and Counting

Youth crime not an issue for politics

Advocates Weigh in as UPK Budget Battle Heats Up

De Blasio Appoints Chong DYCD Commissioner

The high success rate of pre-K

Will New York City Lead the Way on Pre-K?

CCC Holds Celebration Breakfast

Raising the Bar for Foster Care Health & Mental Health Services

Coalition Offers “Roadmap to End Homelessness”

Measuring Poverty and the Income Gap

Local Advocates Support President’s Early Childhood Initiative

Charging Youths as Adults

Backlash Against Clinic Closings!

Helping the Poor Go to Good Colleges

New York State must reform its Juvenile Offender Law (Poll)

Jennifer March-Joly Interview

Poll: Should New York raise the age for juvenile offenders?

Piden proteger a menores encarcelados

Raise the Age

Renewed Push to Raise Age of Being Tried as Adult

NY juvenile age should be raised, group says

City Budget Deal Restores Funding for Key Human Services

Rally to Restore Runaway and Homeless Youth Services Funding

[VIDEO] Eating Fresh Eggs in the Food Desert

Fed Programs Offer Access to Farmers’ Markets in NYC

CCC Youth Advocates Release MH Awareness PSA

Evening Hours – Bill Cunningham

CCC Honors Citi at Celebration at MoMA

Standing Up for Kids

Same Old Song and Budget Dance for NYC Youth Programs

CCC Launches Keeping “Track Online” Child Well-Being Data Tool

It’s Campaign for Children Call-In Day

New Coalition Unites to End Homelessness

Infant Mortality In Fort Greene Shows Progress But Hides Disparities

Council Members and Advocates Call for Human Service Restorations

El éxito en la escuela comienza temprano

Report: North Brooklyn Leads City in Child Poverty Rates

Number of city children below poverty line on the rise

Advocates Cheer President’s Early Childhood Proposal

One third of NYC children live in poverty, says report

Children Already Feeling NYC’s Belt Tightening

Budget Cuts Could Put New Burdens on Family Court

State Court Milestone

City Approves Final Budget for Fiscal 2012

OST & Child Care Cuts Hit Neediest Communities

Breakfast Not Priority for Bronx Students

Evening Hours Bill Cunningham April Honors

Child poverty growing in hip hoods: New Study

The Most Important Infrastructure

CCC Celebrates at the Museum of Modern Art

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