Early Learning

ASCEND

Partner since 2014

 

Invests in opportunities for both children and parents to achieve educational success and economic security, elevates effective two-generation approaches, and builds the political will necessary to improve outcomes for underserved families.  

 

Our partnership supports ASCEND’s efforts to create a hub for breakthrough ideas and collaborations in the two-generation space.  

Abriendo Puertas/Opening Doors

Partner since 2014

 

Engages parents of 0- 5-year-olds through an evidence-based, comprehensive training program developed by and for Latino parents. Since its founding, Abriendo Puertas/Opening Doors has served 62,000 parents through 400 family-serving organizations.

 

Our partnership supports a curriculum refresh, including the addition of new early learning research. 

Child Care Aware of America

Partner since 2015

 

Advances a child care system to effectively serve all children and families through a network of child care resource and referral agencies and diverse members and partners.

 

Our partnership supports the scaling of Vroom across the national network of Childcare Resource and Referral agencies.

Children's Defense Fund

Partner since 2014

 

Advocates for the health, safety, and education of children and their families in the US with a particular focus on those who are marginalized.

 

Our partnership supports the translation of the science of early learning (including the science of Vroom - joinvroom.org) to  parents and families, and the convening leaders from faith communities, communities of color and women leaders to elevate the importance of investing in early childhood learning and development. 

National Academy of Sciences

Partner 2014-2017

 

Provides research-backed recommendations to Congress on science, engineering, and health.

 

Our partnership supports the Supporting Parents of Children Ages 0-8 research project of the Committee on Supporting Parents of Young Children. 

National Parent Leadership Institute

Partner since 2016

 

Enables parents to become leading advocates for children and become practiced change agents for the next generation.

 

Our partnership supports the development and expansion of a national organization to reach more parents and communities with the Parent Leadership Training Institute model. 

 

No Small Matter

Partner 2014-2016

 

Directed by award-winning film makers, Danny Alpert, Greg Jacobs, and Jon Siskel, this documentary film aims to start a national dialogue about ECE by highlighting the research, limitations and opportunities for early learning in the US.

 

Our partnership supports the research and production for this feature-length documentary. 

Ounce of Prevention Fund

Partner since 2013

 

Advocates for and provides high quality care and education for children, 0-5 particularly those born into poverty. The Ounce reaches thousands of infants, toddlers and preschoolers through programs, training, evaluation and advocacy efforts each year.

 

Our partnership supports the Ounce of Prevention Fund's Home Visiting Training Initiative. 

 

The Providence Plan - Empowering Families Project

Partner since 2014

 

Supports the improvement of the social and economic well-being of Providence, Rhode Island’s residents and neighborhoods.

 

Our partnership supports the i3 match for Ready to Learn Providence’s Empowering Families project, which centers on delivering Mind in the Making to build the capacities of families, teachers and schools in Providence Public Schools in order to improve learning outcomes for students.

Zero to Three

Partner since 2015

 

Provides parents, professionals, and policymakers the knowledge and the know-how to nurture early development. 

 

Our partnership supports the National Parent Survey, which is designed to provide the field with knowledge about where Millennial parents go to for information on parenting, what they know and believe about early learning, brain science, and parenting, and identify the greatest needs and challenges of parents today.   

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