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Jim Langevin Apr 9
It was wonderful to be back at ’s Breakfast. Too many children in Rhode Island are struggling, but with the proper investments and data from KIDS COUNT, we can support and empower the next generation.
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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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Dr. Susan Zoll Apr 9
Yes and informs so many of my courses. students know the value of
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Decoding Dyslexia RI Jan 17
We agree that Data Collection is critical to driving programs 4kids. has been so important with supporting science. Settlement Agreements R B public record-not in RI. Michael Champa vs. Weston Public Schools 2015.
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Jeremy Chiappetta Apr 9
Congratulations on your growing family!
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Joanne McGunagle Apr 9
Full house this morning at the Kids Count Breakfast .
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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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Andrew Bramson Apr 9
This is possible through the right blend of outreach and policy enforcement.
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Nellie Gorbea Apr 9
The importance of bringing data to life in a different way- to make impactful change. Words from
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LISC Rhode Island Apr 9
. received a standing ovation from audience for speech reminding us of the importance of decency for all children. Terrific message. We couldn’t agree more.
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HousingWorksRI @ RWU Apr 9
Marie: Board Member & at this AM’s breakfast, discusses her personal journey on how she got to where she is today, how we must speak up & how she aims to change the world & inspire others.
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Jorge Elorza Apr 9
Thank you for making a difference across our entire state. Your dedication to Rhode Island’s children is greatly appreciated!
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Dr. Susan Zoll Apr 9
Replying to @chiachess
Thank you Jeremy! It was great to see you at today.
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CCF May 22
We're looking forward to seeing tomorrow morning!
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Suzanne E. Arena - "Do'er vs. Talker" Jan 14
I know lots of single moms are unable to afford tutoring for their Dyslexic Children. According to by , 77% of single parents are on Poverty Level in RI. We are not priviledged and therefore discriminated against
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BCBSRI Apr 9
Celebrating the amazing work we achieve when we work together. 24th annual breakfast.
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alicia storey Apr 9
RI Senator Joshua Miller speaking breakfast no one should question the involvement of teenagers in having a voice to fight for what they believe in
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Lauri Lee Apr 9
Thank you to and and our other representatives for being at the breakfast. Your presence here and your work on behalf of our children is greatly appreciated!
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RI Afterschool Network Apr 9
"Children need to succeed in without fear." -Keynoter Rafael Lopez
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ElizabethBurkeBryant Oct 4
Thanks to everyone who came to Data in Your Backyard in Newport! We love to take data on the road to help inform the good work being done to improve outcomes for children & families. And thank you to our great partner - Newport Partnership for Families!
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