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By HyeSook Chung
on July 14, 2016

A Note from the Executive Director:

 

Over the past few years, we have been focused on developing strategies and our leadership capacity to ensure we lead for results! ...

By Shana Bartley
on July 8, 2016

Last month, the Annie E. Casey Foundation released the 2016 National KIDS COUNT Data Book. I look forward to the release each year because it provides a snapshot of how kids are faring in the District and around the...

By HyeSook Chung
on June 28, 2016

When we think of the economic growth of our city -- we tend to neglect the value proposition of more children in DC. We would agrue DC has made significant...

By HyeSook Chung
on June 23, 2016

In 2014, DC Action was one of the top 5 organizations recognized at the Classy Awards for our work in education preparedness! This was an...

By Tim Vance
on June 14, 2016

Today is Election Day for national and local primaries. With the general elections fast approaching this November, what might turnout look like across our local DC neighborhoods? Not spectacular, if the last local election is any indicator. Citywide, 38% of registered voters cast a ballot in the...

By Adrienne
on June 13, 2016

New Website and We're Hiring!

As the voice for DC children and families, we know that how we communicate our data and resources on the well-being of those who call the...
By HyeSook Chung
on June 10, 2016

Ever since the DC KIDS COUNTS DATA TOOL premiered, DC Action knew the potential of this project was only just beginning to be realized. There are many important indicators of DC children’s well-being we still want to...

By ornagy
on June 9, 2016

For students in DC, and across the country, the warmer weather and longer days of June mean one thing: the countdown to summer break is almost over. While long summer vacations have been a ritual for American students for generations, the months away from school can also lead to significant...

By HyeSook Chung
on May 30, 2016

By simultaneously addressing the needs of both the infant and the mother, we can have a greater impact on children so that they can thrive.

 

By HyeSook Chung
on April 21, 2016

Yesterday we submitted written testifimony to the FY17 Budget Hearing for the Department of Human Services. We discuss the state of TANF reform in the District and importance of building data capacity to support service provision and case management. You may find our full remarks below....

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