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Karen Ann Santilli Apr 9
Congrats for a sell out crowd at breakfast. TY for your important work! proud to be here
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Darlene Allen Apr 9
Let’s eradicate childhood lead poisoning in RI!
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Lauri Lee Apr 9
“We celebrate the use of data, science, and evidence... and we listen to the voices of young people,” all things that it is increasingly important to do publicly! Thank you for all you do, !
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Donnie Anderson Apr 9
Youth speaker at RI Kids Count Breakfast, Marie Shabani, an immigrant from Africa to the US, received a standing ovation. She said the president is wrong in his criticism of immigrants and Africa.
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BrightStars Apr 10
Thank you Rhode Island KIDS COUNT for a wonderful, inspiring Breakfast yesterday. Today we are pouring through the book and reminding ourselves how much work we still need to do! For example, only 11%...
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Who Trended it ? Apr 9
So... trending in the US ? did it. I call that badass. You can trust the robot.
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Gayle Goldin Apr 9
With 570 people at breakfast, it is clear that Rhode Islanders from every part of the state are committed to improving the health, education, and quality of life for all children and families.
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Maureen Dizon Apr 9
Starting the morning w/ 500+ leaders at breakfast. Note the standing ovation for a Pre-K class; another for Marie Shabani. When we center the conversation on youth voices, they take action. They are the drivers. Let’s uplift them.
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St. Mary's Home Apr 9
“Too many families ravaged by gun violence.”
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Rep Deb Ruggiero Apr 9
is such a great resource for policy making in RI thank you
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LeadershipandEquity Apr 9
Let’s turn DATA into ACTION now!
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Andrew Bramson Apr 9
Great to hear the vision of and how Rhode Island can be a test lab for new ideas and greatness.
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RIQualityChildCare Apr 9
RI's families and children are fortunate to have so many champions! Thank you and for your incredible support and leadership in RI and DC!
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LeadershipandEquity Apr 9
What is the intersection between improvement science and equity? How do we use continuous cycles of improvement and causal analysis to improve SYSTEMS for equitable outcomes for students in RI?
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RI KIDS COUNT Oct 24
We were excited to partner with the Warwick Coalition to Prevent Child Abuse for today’s Warwick in Your Backyard! The presentation was given by Rhode Island KIDS COUNT's Stephanie Geller.
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Jeremy Chiappetta Apr 9
Congratulations on your growing family!
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RI KIDS COUNT Oct 29
School absences, test scores stand out in child data report via
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HousingWorksRI @ RWU Apr 9
Happy to be in the audience at this morning’s breakfast, and many congratulations on another successful rollout! The work you do is critical, and we appreciate your continuous efforts to improve the well-being of RI’s children. 👏🏻
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St. Mary's Home Apr 9
“This country was built on giving everybody a chance.”
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Linda Finn Apr 9
“Some times data screams at us “ to let us know things we need to do better on “Rafael Lopez”
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