CCC’s Work Drives Outcomes: Our Annual Breakfast Theme & What’s Next

Our work will continue to confront unaffordability crises with solutions that increase economic security for families.

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The infant mortality rate is three times greater for Black babies compared to white babies in NYC.


children under the age of 14 live in New York City homeless shelters. And 95% of families with children living in shelters are Black or Hispanic.

< 50%

of all third through eighth-graders in NYC public schools score at or above reading and math grade levels.

1 in 4

NYC children (or 400,000) grow up in households below the federal poverty line.

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Spotlight: NYC’s Childcare Crisis

From Birth to Age 12: The (Un)Affordability of Child Care and Out-of-School Care in New York City

CCC’s latest report breaks down the cost examines the affordability of child care costs from birth to age 12.

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Affordability of Care for School-Age Children

Data Resources

Even costs for out of school care for school age children ( 6 -12) are burdensome and unaffordable for most families.

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Testimony on Stabilizing the City’s Child Care System

Testimony & Public Comments

On Thursday, September 21st, 2023, Policy and Advocacy Associate Rebecca Charles provided testimony to the New York City …

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