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Darlene Allen Apr 9
As of December 31,2018, there were 2,199 children under age 21 in the care of Rhode Island DCYF in out of home placements.
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LeadershipandEquity Apr 8
Ramona Santos from Parents it is us adults who need to do more...will you do what it takes?'
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Adrienne Goss Apr 8
Pedro Moya gets standing ovation at release after calling out the "ugliness" of racist immigration policies, and challenging the complacency of all who sit on the sidelines of the fight for justice.
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STORK'S NEST CHILD ACADEMY Apr 8
RI FACTBOOK BREAKFAST KIDS COUNT 2019 @ Warwick, Rhode Island
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Lauri Lee Apr 8
“We can make R.I. a model for educational equity for the whole United States. It will require all of us adults to work together and to create relationships” to improve education for all of our children. - Ramona Santos of at breakfast
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Darlene Allen Apr 9
During calendar year 2018, 255 children in DCYF care were adopted. 70% were under age 6, 25% were 6-13 and 5% were age 14 and older.
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Karen Davis Apr 8
⁩ thank you for your leadership ⁦⁩ 25th , the information that you provide helps us make FACT based decisions for our children.
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Julie Boutwell Apr 8
“There is no better investment to sustain our economic comeback than investing in our kids.” Thank you, , for advocating for RI’s children.
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Sherry Bowry Apr 8
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Sherry Bowry Apr 8
Thank you Congressman James Langevin for your support!
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TeethFirst! Apr 24
New blog post! Children's Access to Dental Care in Rhode Island
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Teach Plus RI Apr 8
Full house ⁦⁦⁩ with Mark Shriver. ⁦
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RIAEYC Apr 8
“Every single kid deserves high-quality universal PreK”
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Julie Nora, Ph.D. Apr 8
“Every day that our children of color go to school and do not get a high quality education, we are failing” Ramona Santos,
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LeadershipandEquity Apr 8
Pedro Moya of Young Voices awakens us with his wisdom and courage...'the current dialogue about immigrants is offensive' and that we must be courageous to bring about a just society...
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Alex Molina Apr 8
Why do folks attemp to say Spanish names with an accent? Is this typical?
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CollegeCrusade of RI Apr 8
“Rhode Island cannot afford to have an unskilled workforce in the future.” Thrilled to hear from , co-founder of and Crusade parent, at the breakfast this morning 👏🏼
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Elena Vasquez Apr 8
25th Rhode Island Kids Count Breakfast
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Marcela Betancur Apr 8
How do you get people up and smiling at an early morning breakfast? brings adorable 4yo’s to sing! 😍
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Stephanie Geller Apr 8
A packed house for today’s 25th Anniversary Factbook Breakfast. Thanks to all the people who came out today and who work everyday to improve the lives of RI children.
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