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Front-line Hero: Jessica Gulmi, Clinics in Schools Coordinator

Michelle Arnot on Jun 30, 2017

Ever since her playground days in New York City, Jessica Gulmi has acted as a mediator. Now a licensed clinical social worker with a master’s degree in forensic psychology, Gulmi’s capacity to listen…

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Cuomo’s smart move: Bringing college to prisoners

David Condliffe and Ellen Condliffe Lagemann on Sep 07, 2017

Gov. Andrew Cuomo recently took a significant step to help reduce recidivism and increase public safety. Working with Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance Jr., Cuomo directed $7.5 million to colleg…

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The Scorecards: How ACS measures its providers' performance

Dan Rosenblum and Aimée Simpierre on Aug 01, 2017

In its annual scorecard of foster care and preventive services providers, the New York City Administration for Children’s Services replaced letter grades with rankings in an effort to increase com…

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“Mission Drift” and other potential audit triggers you should know about

By Frances McKenna and Robert Lyons on Aug 16, 2017

An IRS audit is rarely a fun affair. 

It can involve reviews of records, interviews and other time-consuming requests that can be a drain on productivity – and it all comes with the pressure of knowing…

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