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ScottHippert 300Dear Parents as Teachers Family,

It is with mixed emotions that I announce my departure as President and CEO of Parents as Teachers. Providing leadership to this incredible organization for the past several years has been the honor of my professional life. Parents as Teachers truly is a “movement” that is having a positive impact in the lives of young children and their parents all over the world. We have come so far together as we have focused on the quality of our model and the quality of implementation and service delivery.

In August, I will assume the position of Chief Executive Officer for LAUP (Los Angeles Universal Preschool), a Los Angeles-based organization with a sharp focus on high quality early care and education for young children from birth to age five and engagement of their parents. The emphasis on quality that we have promoted at Parents as Teachers grounds me with a solid foundation to support the work of LAUP. As CEO, I will work to help LAUP move toward improved sustainability, innovation and national impact. This exciting opportunity will also allow me to live closer to family members for the first time in many years.

Parents as Teachers has the most dedicated, passionate and innovative staff that I have ever worked with. PAT has risen to a significant position in the early childhood field because of the remarkable leadership of so many who work every day to fulfill our mission in communities across the U.S. and several other nations. In the world of home visiting, I truly believe Parents as Teachers is the most universally impactful model and can therefore have the greatest impact on the most families. My expectation is that Parents as Teachers will continue to increase its impact as we grow from roots grounded mostly in education to being a central component of America’s health care system.

Once on the ground in California, I will do all I can to continue promoting and supporting this impactful organization and model, because I honestly believe in it – and in you. I want to again emphasize that Parents as Teachers has some of the most respected and experienced staff and leadership in the national home visiting field. Our strong leaders will continue the wonderful path that we have been on together.

Sincerely,
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Scott Hippert
President/CEO, Parents as Teachers

 

IT IS WITH DEEP SYMPATHY

Dear Friends of Parents as Teachers,

Each of us at the Parents as Teachers National Center express our deep sadness following the mass shooting in Orlando, Florida. The children of America, whether they be infants or young adults, deserve our nurturing and protection. Parents as Teachers stands firm with the Orlando community, in particular the LGBTQ community, to offer our caring support, and to do all we can to eradicate these horrors from happening again. We invite the entire Parents as Teachers family to join us in the full embrace of love and dignity for every human being, to deeply reflect upon the world we hope to hand to our children, and the actions we as responsible citizens can take to protect them and their futures.

Scott Hippert
President and CEO
Parents as Teachers National Center


St. Louis Post Dispatch Highlights Parents as Teachers' Impact on Fathers and Families

'Williams knows the importance of his role. His own father has been married to his mother for 28 years and always maintained a strong relationship with him. He speaks passionately about his hopes for his son.“My dream for him is to be the best little man he can be,” Williams said. “I want him to be better than me. I don’t want him to have a child as young as I did. I want him to go to college, be able to leave St. Louis and travel the world.”' Click here to read the syndicated story, originally featured in the Post Dispatch!

Parents as Teachers' "Right from the Start" Teen Moms Featured on Fox2 News for Mother's Day!

Teen moms graduated from this five-week group series which implemented fresh and fun ideas for learning activities and parent-child interaction at home. Superintendent Tiffany Anderson celebrated with these young mothers as they received their certificates and care packages! Click here to watch!
 

BLOCK Fest®, an Initiative to Equip Children with STEM Skills through Block Play, Featured at Early Learning STEM Symposium at The White House

"The Twiga Foundation, in partnership with Parents as Teachers, is committed to doubling the reach of BLOCK Fest in the next year through Parents as Teachers affiliates. Parents as Teachers is an evidence-based, home visiting model and parent education and support program that partners with parents to help ensure their children are healthy and ready to succeed in school and life." Read more here.
 

Members of Parents as Teachers Family Receive 2016 Child Abuse Prevention Awards

Along with members from the Child Abuse Prevention (CAP) Action Committee, OSDH selected and honored these individuals and organizations for their efforts, which demonstrated significant and outstanding commitment and dedication to child abuse prevention activities. Two of these five award winners were part of the Parents as Teachers family. Read more here. 
 

Demonstrating Impact with Outcomes

See a story about how Sunnyside Unified School District demonstrates the long-term impact of their Parents as Teachers program. Read the story here.
 

Parents as Teachers Featured on KETC's American Graduates

President and CEO Scott Hippert discusses his passion for the Parents as Teachers evidence-based home visiting model resource and strategies to prepare children and families for success. Read more here.



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