Leading for Results

Developing Talent to Drive Change

…and relationships to lead organizations and public systems toward lasting improvements in child and family well ... How Casey’s Children and Family Fellowship program fostered the results-based leadership agenda. ... The Children and Family Fellowship has become Casey’s signature leadership development ... Maryland children entering kindergarten fully ready to learn increased from 49% to 82% as a result

January 1, 2013

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Reducing Community Violence: Gary Slutkin Shares a Prescription for Change

In this episode of CaseyCast, the Foundation’s Lisa Hamilton and epidemiologist Gary Slutkin explore community violence through an uncommon lens — the world of infection prevention. 

The Annie E. Casey Foundation produces CaseyCast, a monthly podcast that aims to bring people together to help build a brighter future for kids, families and communities.

July 25, 2016

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Race Equity and Inclusion Action Guide

Embracing Equity: 7 Steps to Advance and Embed Race Equity and Inclusion Within Your Organization

…If we expect to help all children succeed, we must do more than closing gaps and pointing ... to disparities. All of our work must strive to achieve race equity, a state in which all children have the same

January 8, 2015

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Casey Connects: Fall 2009

Making Sure New Policies Benefit Vulnerable Families

…stimulus funds for subsidized child care. ... asthma triggers, has helped thousands of asthma-diagnosed children in Baltimore City.   ... of vulnerable families and children.

September 23, 2009

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Will Asset-Building Policies Lead to Equity? Applying the Racial Wealth Audit

…in the racial wealth gap. If at least $1,250 were invested in every child — and up to $7,500 in children ... child at birth — and found a marked and, in some cases, substantial reduction of the racial wealth ... ;t really had the tools to show how a given policy will produce the effects we want for all children ... and saved at a more modest rate, there would still be small improvements in equity. The children&rsquo

February 14, 2016

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