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Save Summer Programs

Join parents, youth and providers in opposing cuts to summer programs that will impact 34,000 middle school students citywide.

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Salary Disparities Threaten Stability of NYC’s Early Childhood Education System

Teachers in CBOs are paid far less than DOE teachers providing pre-k services. Nearly two-thirds of Pre-K for All sites and nearly 60% of Pre-K for All seats are at CBOs.


New Yorkers Want More Programs for Children

Poll shows voters anxious about affording child care, after-school and summer programs, want more high quality, affordable services for their children.

“We must invest in the quality of child care and after-school programs and ensure that these programs are available for all who need them.” said Robin Bernstein, President & CEO of the Educational Alliance.

-- Robin Bernstein, President & CEO of the Educational Alliance

“I’m a single parent and I work full-time. If I didn’t have a place for my daughter to go every day, I wouldn’t have any other option but to leave my job and stay home to take care of her. And if that happened, I would lose my apartment,” said Tiffany Rodriguez, the parent of 3 year-old daughter who attends the Educational Alliance’s Day Care program at Lillian Wald.

-- Tiffany Rodriguez

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