Publications

CYC Priorities - Infographic

See the graphical representation of the CYC Priorities for 2016 and beyond. This is the product of our strategic roadmap process - thanks to all who contributed to this document!

CYC Featured in Pew-MacArthur Results First Initiative Issue Brief

Implementation Oversight for Evidence Based Programs: A policymaker’s guide to effective program delivery

CYC featured in the Stanford Social Innovation Review

CYC featured in the Stanford Social Innovation Review as an effective model of engagement.

CYC Newsletter December 2015

Please enjoy our newsletter for the last quarter of 2015. It's been a fantastic year with much to celebrate and so much more to do together. We look forward to working with you all in 2016!

CYC Newsletter August 2015

CYC Newsletter update outlines launch of newly designed board, School climate programs, new committee and workgroup leaders, E2S action plan, and CYC pilot projects. Read more. 

CYC Newsletter April 2015

CYC Newsletter update on the soon to be launched CYC Board, Pacesetter for Providence Grade-Level Reading Campaign, Spotlight on High School, College, to Career Workgroup, and Evidence2Success reaching implementation milestones. Read full articles here. 

Healthy Reader's Innovation Brief

A strong case for focusing on health to support community solutions to the challenge of improving reading proficiency for low-income children.

Minding the Gap: Increasing College Persistence in Rhode Island

Only 13% of Latinos in Providence hold an associate’s degree or higher, compared to 46% of whites. The Providence Children and Youth Cabinet is working hard to close that opportunity gap. Read more about it in CYC’s new report on college persistence in Rhode Island.

Our Children, Our City Priority Themes

Nine themes identified by communities throughout the city regarding furthering student success for Children and Youth.

Educate Providence: Year Three - Our Children, Our City

CYC Annual Report - telling the story of the community of Providence and the work we do as a the Providence Children and Youth Cabinet for and with our Children and Families.

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