Early Childhood

Risks to Child Well-Being Persist in New York City, With State Budget Cuts Looming

Forty-two out of 59 New York neighborhoods have seen risks to children’s well-being increase overall since the previous year, according to a new report released by the Citizens’ Committee for Children (CCC), a nonprofit advocacy group. […]

Child Welfare

Observation is Key in Understanding Child Behavior

All behavior has meaning. All behavior meets a need. And needs can change over time and with progressive experiences. Infants and young children behave to get something, or to get away from something. Sometimes the […]

Child Welfare

Stateline Midwest: Kresge, Kellogg Commit $50 Million To Early Childhood in Detroit

The Chronicle of Social Change’s rundown of child welfare and youth-related news from across the Midwest.  Two major Michigan grantmakers announced a $50 million investment in a venture to improve the educational and health outcomes […]