NLC Report on City Leadership for Children and Families in Small and Mid-Sized Communities: Help Spread the Word
Report Description and Newsletter Articles
The National League of Cities (NLC) has published a new report highlighting promising city efforts to improve the lives of children, youth and families in communities with populations below 75,000. “Municipal Leadership for Children and Families in Small and Mid-Sized Cities” provides a rich array of strategies shared by local officials representing more than 40 cities and towns across the country. The report contains in-depth case studies of comprehensive family strengthening efforts in Rapid City, S.D., and Manchester, Conn. It also includes a set of shorter city practices that highlight local action in areas such as early childhood development, education, health and safety, family economic success, neighborhood revitalization, and youth and community engagement.
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New National League of Cities report provides municipal leaders in small and mid-sized cities with new ideas and inspiration to guide local action on behalf of young people and families in their communities: http://bit.ly/10iYPJw.
New National League of Cities report contains in-depth case studies of comprehensive local initiatives to help children and families along with more than 40 promising practices gathered from cities with populations of 75,000 or less: http://bit.ly/10iYPJw.
National League of Cities report provides starting point for exploring the unique challenges and opportunities facing small and mid-sized cities that seek to promote child and family well-being: http://bit.ly/10iYPJw.
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