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Little Citizens, Big Issues

by Bonnie OKeefe
on November 18, 2013

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

Photo by Daniel Lobo on Flickr

by Bonnie OKeefe
on November 13, 2013

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

Hearing on the DC Promise Establishment Act of 2013

Before the Committee on Education

Council of the District of Columbia

November 13, 2013

 

by HyeSook Chung
on November 12, 2013

It was wonderful to see and meet so many of our enthusiastic supporters at our Fall Soiree last week! Thank you so very much for taking the time to support DC Action for Children.

by Bonnie OKeefe
on November 12, 2013

Thank you to everyone who attended DC Action for Children’s Fall Soirée! (DC Action on Facebook)

by Bonnie OKeefe
on November 7, 2013

The evidence is piling up: educational achievement in DC is finally on the rise.

by HyeSook Chung
on November 5, 2013
by Bonnie OKeefe
on November 4, 2013

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

RSVP now for DC Action for Children’s Fall Soirée this Thursday, November 6! (DC Action)

A new national policy report released today by KIDS COUNT emphasizes the importance of a coordinated, high-quality system of supports for children in their first eight years. (KIDS COUNT)

by Bonnie OKeefe
on November 3, 2013

26,000 DC Children Ages Birth to Eight (42 percent) In Low-Income Households;

80 Percent Under Age Six Did Not Receive Developmental Screening 

by Bonnie OKeefe
on October 28, 2013

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

In the coming school year, all DCPS schools and most charter schools will share a common enrollment lottery, which should streamline enrollment processes for families and schools. But, why are some charter schools opting out? (Greater Greater Education)