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We’ve heard for years now that the New York State Nurses Association has been loudly protesting staffing shortages at area hospitals and how this w

Lisa Flores

Two weeks ago incoming New York City Mayor-elect Eric Adams and Comptroller-elect Brad Lander acknowledged in an

City Councilmembers criticized Josh Wallack, deputy chancellor of early childhood and enrollment at the DOE, for lacking data on teacher salaries at a June 27 hearing.

Early childhood educators do similar types of work, whether they work for nonprofits or New York City schools.

Bill Baccaglini

In early 2022, Bill Baccaglini will step down from running The New York Foundling, one of the oldest and largest ch

People rallying in support of the Excluded Workers Fund in March.

New York state established a $2.1 billion Excluded Workers Fund in April to provide financial relief to undocumente

Family Enrichment Center in New York City

We all know, from our own lives, the importance of heading off problems early, before they grow out of control.

Meg Barnette executive director of Nonprofit New York.

The news coming out of the nonprofit sector in New York these days tends toward the grim.

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The director of the Vera Institute of Justice Center on Sentencing and Correction has died.

Citywide Week of Appreciation for Child Protective Specialists

New York City Child Protective Specialist Adam Vega tried to stay calm as he knocked on the door of a Brooklyn home earlier this year.