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Little Citizens, Big Issues

by HyeSook Chung
on April 23, 2014

Winners Announced at Red Carpet Ceremony on May 3rd

The CLASSY Awards, in partnership with the United Nations Foundation, announced the Top Nominees for the 5th Annual CLASSY Awards. The 8 Winners will be announced onstage at the CLASSY Awards Ceremony on Saturday, May 3rd in San Diego, California.

on April 22, 2014

This blog is by Jacquisha Cardwell. Jacquisha is a third-year law student at the Catholic University of America in DC, and will graduate in May with a JD and a certificate in Law and Public Policy. She is interning with DC Action for the remainder of the spring. Welcome, Jacquisha!

by Bonnie OKeefe
on April 18, 2014

Testimony of Bonnie O’Keefe, Senior Policy Analyst, DC Action for Children

Agency Budget Hearing for Fiscal Year 2015

District of Columbia Public Schools

Before the Committee on Education 

Council of the District of Columbia

April 17, 2014

by Bonnie OKeefe
on April 14, 2014

Testimony of Bonnie O’Keefe, Senior Policy Analyst, DC Action for Children

Agency Budget Hearing for Fiscal Year 2015

Child and Family Services Agency

Before the Committee on Human Services

Council of the District of Columbia

April 14, 2014

by HyeSook Chung
on April 7, 2014

Recently, I spent a few days with data do-gooders from across the country at the KIDS COUNT network data conference. It was amazing to be with so many child advocates discussing how to strengthen our collective work as a network. At a plenary session on the “War on Poverty,” I was shocked to discover how little has changed since the start of the national “War on Poverty” 50 years ago.

by Bonnie OKeefe
on April 7, 2014

What we’re reading this week about children in DC and across the country

This weekend, the Advisory Committee on School Assignment led by the Deputy Mayor for Education released three draft proposals on what a revised school boundary and feeder system in DC could look like. (Washington Post)

by Bonnie OKeefe
on April 1, 2014

Today in Washington, DC, two out of three children are black, and one out of nine children are Hispanic. Their success in life will shape the future of our city. But, key outcomes for children in health, education and economic prosperity are vastly divided by race and ethnicity.   

by HyeSook Chung
on March 31, 2014

A Note from Our Executive Director

This year marks the 50th Anniversary of the War on Poverty -- and it looks like we are losing.

Nearly one in three children in Washington, DC live in families whose income was below the poverty line, a statistic significantly higher than the national average.

by Bonnie OKeefe
on March 31, 2014

What we’re reading this week about children in DC and across the country.

on March 28, 2014

This blog is by Jacquisha Cardwell. Jacquisha is a third-year law student at the Catholic University of America in DC, and will graduate in May with a JD and a certificate in Law and Public Policy. She is interning with DC Action for the remainder of the spring. Welcome, Jacquisha!

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