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March 2023 E-News

  March 2023 At The Children’s Agenda we work at multiple levels of government — from the Rochester City School District to the federal government. We also work on multiple issues that impact children — early childhood education and...

February 2023 E-News

  February 2023 Parent leadership is at the heart of what we do at The Children’s Agenda. Through mutual trust and partnership, we combine parents’ lived experience with the policy expertise of our staff. From the Rochester City School...

December 2022 E-News

Preview – December 2022 E-News December 2022 When we invest in children, struggling communities become thriving communities. Over the past year we have achieved much for children — The Child Poverty Reduction Advisory Council, with two representatives from Rochester, is...

November 2022 E-News

Preview – December 2022 E-News December 2022 When we invest in children, struggling communities become thriving communities. Over the past year we have achieved much for children — The Child Poverty Reduction Advisory Council, with two representatives from Rochester, is...

October 2022 E-News

  October 2022 Smart choices. Bold voices. Those words exemplify everything we do at The Children’s Agenda. There is risk when we speak boldly, but those risks are necessary to speak up for kids. To drive effective change, we have...

September 2022 E-News

Preview – September 2022 E-News September 2022 Members of the Very Invested Parents (VIPs) group along with Parent Advocacy Coordinator Carmen Torres At The Children’s Agenda, we believe in the power of parents. That’s why, two years ago, we...

August 2022 E-News

  August 2022 As New York’s children head back to school, each and every one of us has the responsibility to ensure every child receives a quality education in positive learning environments that support their success. That’s why The Children’s...

July 2022 E-News

  July 2022 The Children’s Agenda is unique in that we advocate at the local, state and national levels. National policies have profound impacts for children locally. For example: Service Requirements: The Individuals with Disabilities Education Act requires services...

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