We're thrilled to congratulate our CEO and Founder Diane Cahill being named among PoliticsNY's "Power Players in Education."
At Cahill Strategies, communications campaigns are an opportunity to dig into a client's business and tell their story. Of all the stories we tell, nothing moves us quite like those of our non-profit clients that work to enrich, enhance, and improve the lives of so many people.
The “Dream Act” as Cuomo calls it, will allow certain dreamers to attend SUNY (State University of New York) or CUNY (City University of New York) with absolutely no out of pocket tuition costs.
City Council passes bills concerning autism and disability classification reporting. Contact us if you have any questions concerning these bills.
After weeks of negotiating and attempting to secure a solid plan, the state legislature did not come up with a deal for mayoral control of New York City schools before Wednesday’s end to the legislative session.
The initiative to improve education for children with autism in New York City has been handed to key activists in order to implement quality learning for the future.
In an outstanding turnout of families and friends, the Nassau Suffolk Chapter of the Autism Society of America had their very own night of fun, rides, and games at Adventureland of Farmingdale.
One issue seems to be pertinent to the concern of education in the city, the question of diversity in the schooling system.
On this World Autism Awareness Day, we honor those who work to make life better for those with autism, proving anything is possible.
In one of his first major initiatives of the new legislative session, Governor Cuomo announced today a plan, called the Excelsior Scholarship, to offer free tuition at state colleges to hundreds of thousands of middle and low-income New Yorkers.