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Little Citizens, Big Issues

by Bonnie OKeefe
on March 19, 2014

DC Action’s DC KIDS COUNT project is based on the idea that the neighborhoods where children live, play and grow deeply affect their futures. We believe in a vision of DC where children in need receive quality services to support their development and ensure they thrive. We do this by tracking key outcomes for children and families, which shed light on the assets and challenges for children in DC, and show how far we have yet to go.  

by Bonnie OKeefe
on March 18, 2014

Photo by Jason Pier in DC on Flickr

on March 11, 2014

This blog is by Andrea Vargas, DC Action's new intern. Welcome, Andrea!

by Bonnie OKeefe
on March 10, 2014

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

Last week DC Action testified on the performance of Departments of Health and Health Care Finance. (DC Action: Health, Health Care Finance)

by Bonnie OKeefe
on March 10, 2014

Testimony of Bonnie O’Keefe, Senior Policy Analyst 

DC Action for Children

Agency Performance Oversight Hearing

Fiscal Year 2013-2014

Department of Health

Before the Committee on Health

Council of the District of Columbia

March 7, 2014

by Bonnie OKeefe
on March 6, 2014

Testimony of Bonnie O’Keefe, Senior Policy Analyst 

DC Action for Children

Agency Performance Oversight Hearing

Fiscal Year 2013-2014

Department of Health Care Finance

Before the Committee on Health

Council of the District of Columbia

March 6, 2014

by Bonnie OKeefe
on March 5, 2014

What we're reading this week about children in DC and across the country - a few days delayed due to snow!

Photo by Chambo25 on Flickr

by Bonnie OKeefe
on February 28, 2014

In DC, there are many services available to young children from low-income families. These services come from government programs, early care and education providers, community-based organizations, and medical providers. But, often families don’t know where to turn when they need help, and different groups serving children operate in silos, missing opportunities to collaborate. Imagine a DC where families go to one place for referrals to the right service providers, and where these providers share data and collaborate to streamline services for families.

by Bonnie OKeefe
on February 26, 2014

Testimony of Bonnie O’Keefe, Senior Policy Analyst

DC Action for Children

Agency Performance Oversight Hearing

Fiscal Year 2013-2014

District of Columbia Public Schools

Before the Committee on Education

Council of the District of Columbia

February 26, 2014

 

by Bonnie OKeefe
on February 24, 2014

Testimony of Bonnie O’Keefe, Senior Policy Analyst

DC Action for Children

Agency Performance Oversight Hearing

Fiscal Year 2013-2014

Office of the State Superintendent of Education

Before the Committee on Education

Council of the District of Columbia

February 24, 2014

 

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