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Parents as Teachers and USC: Virtually Improving Children's Development Parents as Teachers and the University of Southern California School of Social Work announce a "virtual parent education" partnership at the Clinton Global Initiative America gathering in Denver. More
Parents As Teachers Featured on KPLR-TV   Parents as Teachers Director Kerry Caverly, Parent Educator Roxeanna Steiner and parents Chris and Crystal Jackson were interviewed on KPLR-TV recently and discussed Parents as Teachers' history, home visiting and its impact on children and families. See the interview.
Conference Registration Open - Join Us in Dallas Registration for the 2015 Parents as Teachers Conference is now open. Applications are also being accepted for the 2015 Parents as Teachers Losos Prize, which honors affiliates for program delivery and community engagement.
Stay Up-to-Date on News From the Parents as Teachers Family Have you visited the News from the Parents as Teachers Family page lately? Check out the latest news from Parents as Teachers affilates across the country and around the world!
MIECHV Program Extended Through March 2017 Parents as Teachers President and CEO Scott Hippert shares exciting news about the Maternal Infant and Early Childhood Home Visiting (MIECHV) program extension. Read the press release here.
2013-14 Parents as Teachers Annual Report: Priority One Check out the new Parents as Teachers annual report, which details the accomplishments of the organization's 30th year of helping children achieve their fullest potential in life.
White House Summit on Early Childhood Education   Parents as Teachers is part of an important discussion on early learning that is the focus of the White House Summit on Early Education.   .
Helping Children & Families Cope with Trauma When parent educators, families and children experience or witness traumatic events, Parents as Teachers can provide assistance to help them cope. Here are some tips and guidelines for how to communicate with children in times of trauma.
Alignment with State Early Learning Standards A fillable form has been developed to assist programs with creating an alignment between states’ early learning standards and the Parents as Teachers Foundational Curriculum. The form includes Parents as Teachers parent educator resources, parent handouts and parent-child activity pages organized by developmental domain. State early learning standards for infants and toddlers can be typed directly into the left-hand column to create the alignment. See the form
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Parents as Teachers and USC School of Social Work Team Up to Deliver Parenting Support Via Technology
Parents as Teachers and the University of Southern California School of Social Work announce a "virtual parent education" partnership at the Clinton Global Initiative America gathering in Denver. Read the press release here.

Parents as Teachers Partners with Campaign for Grade-Level Reading in More Hopeful Futures Initiative
Parents as Teachers is proud to partner with The Campaign for Grade-Level Reading in its new initiative just announced at the Clinton Global Intiative - America meeting. More Hopeful Futures seeks to get more children from low-income families reading on grade level by 2020. Parents as Teachers looks forward to working through the intiative to scale-up parent education and engagement strategies, and to build relationships with community leaders to bring success to this initiative.

MIECHV Program Extended Through March 2017
Parents as Teachers President and CEO Scott Hippert shares exciting news about the Maternal Infant and Early Childhood Home Visiting program extension. Read the press release here.

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