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The Council Archives contain useful, but no longer current information on previous Council initiatives and publications. The archives are organized alphabetically. The purpose of this section is to keep our website current, while not losing the historical benefits that these initiatives and publications hold.
Facts About 50 Plus in New York is a data resource that highlights the multiple roles held by adults aged 50 and older, providing information about this population within the context of family, work, and community. The information is drawn from multiple data sources and allow users to thoroughly portray the status, circumstances and condition of adults aged 50 and older for use in policy development, planning and acton steps.Back to Top
Recognizing the importance of high quality family literacy services in the lives of Head Start and other low-income children and families, the Council, in partnership with the NYS Head Start Association and the State Education Department's Even Start Program, initiated the development of the New York State Alliance for Family Literacy. Funded from 1999-2003, the New York State Alliance for Family Literacy was a consortium of state agencies, early childhood and adult education programs, family literacy provides, libraries, colleges and universities, and other organizations involved in the provision of literacy education.Back to Top