Profiles of Impact
Joplin Parents as Teachers Weathers the Storm
Following a deadly tornado in 2011, a spirit of community and resilience has given birth to a new Joplin, including an innovative new approach for Parents as Teachers. Read more.
All in the Family
Mary Harvey wants her daughters to have the same great Parents as Teachers experience that she had as a child. Read more.
- How One Child Can Change the Future of a Family
For parents with learning disabilities, the reassurance of a parent educator can prove to be invaluable. Read more.
Parents as Teachers Featured as Nonprofit of the Month on Macaroni Kid Website
Parents as Teachers is the featured nonprofit of the month on the national Macaroni Kid website. Check out the great overview of the history of Parents as Teachers and the benefits of parent support through Parents as Teachers programs.
Parents as Teachers Helps Raise Healthy, Successful Children
This article from the Arkansas Home Visiting Network website features the Parents as Teachers program. Be sure to check out Catherine's success story. Read the article here.
Parents as Teachers and Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library Improve Home Literacy Environment for Children
Parents as Teachers and Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library have released results from a research project that shows how dramatically home environments for early learning can improve when parents engage in learning with their child, at home and with other families, with facilitation by a trained parent-educator. View the infographic | press release
Parents as Teachers Awarded Salt Lake ‘Pay for Success’ Project
Parents as Teachers has been chosen as the lead agency for a new maternal and child health project in Salt Lake County, Utah, supported by an innovative public/private financing structure called Pay for Success. Read the press release here.
Super Bowl 50 Host Committee Announces First 5 Monterey County with Parents as Teachers Among Recipients of Early Literacy Grants
The 50 Fund – the legacy fund of the San Francisco Bay Area Super Bowl 50 Host Committee – announced 20 new grants totaling $350,000 to greater Bay Area nonprofits through its signature early literacy initiative, The Re(a)d Zone. Among the grantees is First 5 Monterey County with Parents as Teachers. These grants will help give low-income children across the Bay Area access to books, reading programs and early literacy support. Read more in Scott Hippert's blog post.
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