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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 …

Statement of the Campaign for Children in Response to Progressive Caucus Policy Platform for 2018

For Immediate Release: April 6, 2017 Contact:  Stephanie Gendell, (212) 673-1800 x17, sgendell@cccnewyork.org “The Campaign for Children is grateful that the City Council’s Progressive Caucus shares our vision of ensuring every New York City child has …

Statement of the Campaign for Children in Response to Preliminary Budget for City Fiscal Year 2018

For Immediate Release: January 24, 2017 Contact: Stephanie Gendell, (646) 232-6721, sgendell@cccnewyork.org “On behalf of the over 22,000 middle school students and their families who will be spared the anxiety of not knowing whether they will have a s …

Preschoolers Call for Equal Pay in NYC Early Childhood Workforce

Kids: The Math Doesn’t Add Up–Why Do Our Teachers Earn Less for Doing the Same Job as Other NYC Pre-K Teachers? With No Raise in a Decade, Many Community Based Early Childhood Educators Depend on Public Assistance New York, NY – Dozens of preschoolers …

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 …

HELP us FIGHT Cuts to Summer Programs for Nearly 31,000 Middle School Students

Yesterday, CCC stood on the steps of City Hall with City Council Youth Services Chair Eugene and our partners in the Campaign for Children to object to the Administration’s plan to cut summer programs for nearly 31,000 middle school students.  Watch NY …

Maps: The City FY 2017 Budget Proposes to Cut Summer Programming for 31,000 Middle School Children throughout New York City

CCC is very disappointed that the Preliminary Budget failed to include $20.35 million to enable nearly 31,000 middle school students to attend summer programs this year. Summer programs prevent summer learning loss, while enabling parents to work knowi …

Cuts to Summer Programs Hit NYC’s Poorest Communities the Hardest

A report conducted by Citizens’ Committee for Children and Campaign for Children, has found that a majority of the 31,000 middle school students due to lose access to summer programs this year following planned city cuts come from the poorest New York …

City Cuts to Summer Programs Hit NYC’s Poorest Communities the Hardest, Says New Report

Contact: Morgan Rubin, 646-517-1813, Campaign4ChildrenPress@gmail.com A new report has found that a majority of the 31,000 middle school students due to lose access to summer programs this year following planned city cuts come from the poorest New York …

Advocates, Elected Officials Call for Salary Parity for NYC Early Childhood Educators

Contact: Morgan Rubin, 646-517-1813, campaign4childrenpress@gmail.com Councilmember Stephen Levin, Public Advocate Tish James and other local elected officials joined early childhood educators, parents, children, and advocates at a press conference on …

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