Taking Care of New York's Children (II): The Future of Out of School Time

The Bloomberg administration has overhauled its after school policies, consolidating all out of school time programs under the Department of Youth and Community Development and bringing new providers into the mix. The city aims to save money, expand services and improve access in underserved communities. Are these goals achievable? How are parents, children and community organizations responding to the change? Moderator: Sharon Lerner, Senior Fellow, Center for NYC Affairs

Speakers: Jeanne B. Mullgrav, Commissioner, NYC Department of Youth and Community Development Richard Buery, Founder and Executive Director, Groundwork David Chen, Executive Director, Chinese American Planning Council Gail Nayowith, Executive Director, Citizens' Committee for Children Stephanie Palmer, Executive Director, New York Mission Society

Supported by the Robert Sterling Clark Foundation and the Milano Foundation.