The Children's Alliance


School Grading: Where Do We Go From Here? Children Advocates Host Community Panel PDF Print Email
Monday, 02 March 2015 00:00

Charlotte, NC, March 2, 2015 --- The Children’s Alliance stands up for children and because we do our collaborative is taking a closer look at the recently released School Grades by the DPI.


We are opening our member only March meeting to anyone in the community who would like to participate in discusion of these school grades. We have created a panel of community stakeholders; parents, principals, social workers, outreach groups and CMS officials moderated by Bill Anderson Executive Director of MeckEd. The meeting will take place on Wednesday March 4 from 8:30 - 10 am in the first floor Training Rooms at the Children Family Service Center on 601 E. 5th St.

Discussion about School Performance Grades in Mecklenburg County PDF Print Email
Monday, 02 March 2015 00:00

You are invited to join The Children’s Alliance Monthly meeting this Wednesday March 4. We are opening our member only meeting to the community.  This month we are hosting a moderated panel of community stakeholders to discuss the impact of school performance grades in Mecklenburg County. Wednesday’s panelist are below:

Support the FULL Proposed CMS Budget PDF Print Email
Tuesday, 10 June 2014 00:00

The Children’s Alliance of Mecklenburg County is a collaborative of over 40 agencies committed to serving children in our community.  We share a mission to ensure that every child in our county has the best opportunity to live a healthy and productive life.

As a collaborative we are asking our community to join our fight for public education. More than 140,000 children in our county are educated by Charlotte-Mecklenburg schools (CMS) and over 83% of the CMS staff are county residents. Of those 18,000+ employees, 59% make below a living wage.


Government Shutdown Update PDF Print Email
Wednesday, 09 October 2013 00:00

Once again an update on how the Federal Government Shutdown is impacting children & families in North Carolina from our friends at the NC Covenant.




Below is our best attempt to list the impact of the shutdown on children in one place.




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