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Annual state-of-the-child indicators for New York City, 1985-1991 (CSS working papers)

Suzanne DeCamp

Annual state-of-the-child indicators for New York City, 1985-1991 (CSS working papers)

by Suzanne DeCamp

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Published by Office of Information, Community Service Society .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Child welfare,
  • Children,
  • New York,
  • Services for,
  • Statistics

  • The Physical Object
    FormatUnknown Binding
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL11223526M
    ISBN 100881561525
    ISBN 109780881561524
    OCLC/WorldCa28040892

    Prevent Child Abuse New York Helpline. English and Spanish () — 24 hrs. Website; New York State Domestic Violence Hotline () English () Spanish; Website; New York State is divided into fifty-eight local social services districts. The five boroughs of New York City comprise one district.   Most of the state, including New York City, has maintained a positivity rate of about 1 percent. Mayor Bill de Blasio has said schools can only open there if the positivity rate is below 3 percent.

    CED's publications span 66 years, and a broad range of policy areas. In the library you will find all reports that are in electronic format. CED makes recent policy statements available to the public at no charge. Questions and Answers on Individualized Education Program (IEP) Development, The State's Model IEP Form and Related Documents Questions and Answers - October (Updated April )- PDF ( KB) A. Student Information Summary Form.

    According to Junius Henri Browne, a former war correspondent for the New York Tribune, anyone who ventured down New York City's Nassau Street in the mid-nineteenth century would stumble on more nooks and "undreamed of" crannies "than could be found in all of Dickens's novels." [1] A "bewildering number of signs" for professions and services competed for attention at street level. Culhane, Dennis, and Stephen Metraux. “One-Year Rates of Public Shelter Utilization by Race/Ethnicity, Age, Sex and Poverty Status for New York City ( and ) and Philadelphia ().” Population Research and Policy Review 18 (3): – Crossref, Google Scholar.


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