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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 …

Dozens of Youth Urge Mayor and City Council to Save Their Elementary After-school Programs

For Immediate Release Contact: Stephanie Gendell, (646) 232-6721, sgendell@cccnewyork.org New Yorkers Need More After-school and Summer Programs But City Budget Eliminates After-school for 6,600 Elementary School Students New York, NY – Dozens of eleme …

CCC Testimony: Public Testimony on City Fiscal Year 2018 Executive Budget

CCC testified before the New York City Council Finance Committee regarding the Fiscal Year 2018 Executive Budget on May 25, 2017. CCC supported Executive Budget proposals to invest in child welfare, early childhood education, prekindergarten programs f …

CCC Testimony: New York City Council Finance and Youth Services Committees Regarding the Fiscal Year 2018 Preliminary Budget

CCC testified at the New York City Council Finance and Youth Services Committees hearing on March 6, 2017 regarding the Fiscal Year 2018 Preliminary Budget. The Preliminary Budget includes three important proposals to strengthen youth services: 1) Add …

Summary of the New York City Fiscal Year 2017 Executive Budget

On April 26, 2016, Mayor de Blasio released his $82.2 billion Executive Budget for City Fiscal Year 2017, which begins July 1, 2016. We are grateful to see many positive additions to the proposed Executive Budget, including an increase in funding for B …

CCC Testimony: Oversight: Summer Programs for Elementary and Middle School Students

CCC testified before the New York City Council Youth Services Committee on April 19, 2016 regarding summer programs for elementary and middle school students. While CCC continues to applaud the administration for its successful expansion of middle scho …

CCC Testimony: New York City Council Finance and Youth Services Committees Regarding the Fiscal Year 2017 Preliminary Budget

CCC testified at the New York City Council Finance and Youth Services Committees hearing on March 18, 2016 regarding the Fiscal Year 2017 Preliminary Budget. The Preliminary Budget proposes to fund a number of previously announced initiatives for child …

CCC’s New York City Fiscal Year 2017 Preliminary Budget Summary

The Preliminary Budget funds a number of previously announced important initiatives for children and families, related to education, behavioral health and addressing homelessness. For example, the Preliminary Budget includes $16.4 million for literacy …

New Reports Document Need For Continued Expansion of Early Education, After-school and Summer Programs

Despite New York City’s recent expansion of prekindergarten for all 4-year olds and after-school programs for over 100,000 middle school students, there is still a tremendous need to further expand high quality early childhood education and after-schoo …

Survey of NYC After-School System Finds Unmet Demand in Elementary Schools, Need for Summer Programs Among Working Parents

For Immediate Release: September 23, 2015 Contact: Morgan Rubin, 646-517-1813 New York, NY – Surveys of program providers and parents involved in New York City’s after-school system reveal a high level of unmet need for programs serving elementary scho …

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