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.  

Acelero Learning

Partner since 2012

 

Brings a relentless focus on positive family and child outcomes to close the achievement gap and build a better future for children, families, and communities served by the Head Start program.

 

Our partnership supports Acelero’s growth and impact strategy, including piloting new innovations at its centers, training and technical assistance, and implementing a robust affiliate network.

Campaign for Grade-Level Reading

Partner since 2013

 

Catalyzes networks of civic leaders, policy makers, advocates, everyday people and community organizations to create a seamless, outcomes-accountable system that supports children from birth through third grade.

 

Our partnership supports the Campaign for Grade-Level Reading’s efforts to increase the number of children from low-income families reading proficiently at the end of third grade by at least 100 percent in a dozen or more states.

ECE Project

Partner since 2014

 

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. 

Early Steps to School Success (Save the Children)

Partner since 2013

 

Works with parents and caregivers living in rural poverty through parenting groups, home visits and book exchanges, equipping families with the skills to successfully support their children’s growth and transition to school.

 

Our partnership supports Early Steps to School Success in California, Colorado and Louisiana.

 

Joan Ganz Cooney Center at Sesame Workshop

Partner since 2013

 

Focuses on the challenges of educating children in a rapidly changing media landscape by conducting original research on emerging education technologies and collaborating with educators and media producers to put this research into action.

 

Our partnership supports the Families & Media Project, which aims to unearth the potential that media may have for enriching family learning and routines, especially in families from underserved populations

KaBOOM!

Partner since 2014

 

Creates imaginative and inspiring play spaces for youth across the country to promote the preservation of play everywhere and for every child.

 

Our partnership supports KaBOOM!’s behavioral research and the development of enriching play environments for children and families.  

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. 

 

Raising a Reader National

Partner since 2014

 

Helps families of children age 0-8 establish at-home literacy habits that promote academic achievement and childhood development.

 

Our partnership supports Raising a Reader’s Digital Pilot program, which tests distributing Raising a Reader’s programs through a digital platform. 

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.

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