Opportunity Awaits

 

March 20, 2018
Knight Theater/Levine Center for the Arts

6:00 p.m. – 7:45 p.m.

Believe in Children

“All kids need is
a little help,
a little hope, and
somebody who believes in them.”

Ervin “Magic” Johnson

Help For Children & Families

Helping children and families find the support and resources they need when they are facing a wide range of challenges

Get Involved -- Volunteer

Looking for volunteers – attorneys and non-attorneys – to give a little of yourself and your time to make a real difference.

K-2 suspension reductions a good first step, but…

The following letter to the Editor appeared in part in The Charlotte Observer on February 17, 2018. Dear Editor, Council for Children’s Rights has long advocated for reduction of suspensions in CMS. We spoke to the Board of Education (BOE) in favor of banning K-2...

NC Class Size Mandate Bill Passes, Concerns Remain

In 2017, the North Carolina General Assembly (NCGA) passed a bill requiring class sizes for kindergarten through third grade (K-3) to be reduced over the next two years. While lower class sizes can help teachers provide more personalized instruction to children, the...

Know the Signs – Human Trafficking Awareness Month

JANUARY IS HUMAN TRAFFICKING AWARENESS MONTH …..and children are among its biggest victims.  Many think it is a problem that only affects third-world countries. The truth is North Carolina is a top-ten state in terms of human trafficking in this country. ...

Charlotte Talks Takes on #Gault and Raise the Age

Public radio station WFAE welcomed Council Executive Director Bob Simmons, District Court Judge Elizabeth Trosch, and Asst. Public Defender Mujtaba Mohammed to the Charlotte Talks studios this morning for a program focusing on juvenile justice issues and reform. Fifty...

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in the areas of mental health, delinquency,
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and abuse and neglect.

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If we don’t stand up for children,

then we don’t stand for much.  

Marian Wright Edelman

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