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"As a new majority takes control of the U.S. House, we hope that both parties remember that, while there are no easy solutions to the current economic crisis, the costs of failing to protect children will be enormous," say Stoneleigh Fellow Dr. David Rubin and colleague Kathleen Noonan in their recent op-ed in The Philadelphia Inquirer.  Click below for the full article.
Article by Monika Zaleska, features editor for Swarthmore College's The Daily Gazette, posted on September 16, 2010.
Candace Putter talks about her work at the Pennsylvania Academic and Career Technical Training Alliance (PACTT) and how this can help improve outcomes for youth released from residential placements. 
"... some of the best ideas start at the kitchen table: family members debating issues and swapping stories, often agreeing, occasionally arguing, always fully engaged... such is the case with the Haas family and Stoneleigh Foundation." - Excerpt from the Delaware Valley Grantmakers Giving Stories on the Stoneleigh Foundation.
Stoneleigh Fellow Gregg Volz expounds on the advantages of student-run courts for low-level school offenders as a guest columnist for the Delaware County Daily Times and in his commentary in The Times Leader.  
Stoneleigh welcomes new Executive Director Cathy M. Weiss.  Beginning August 2, 2010, she will lead the foundation into its next phase of funding fellowships for social change.
Learn more about Dr. David Rubin's research on placement stability for children who have been placed in foster care.
Common Justice, directed by Stoneleigh Fellow Danielle Sered, recently received a major matching grant from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation to address cycles of youth violence as a health concern.
On Wednesday, January 14, Stoneleigh Fellow Dr. David Rubin was a guest on the Child Welfare League of America's (CWLA) weekly online radio program to discuss his current study on children in foster care in Philadelphia.  Click link to listen.