A world where
every child succeeds.

We envision a world where every child enters school ready to succeed because every parent has the knowledge, skills, and resources to build school readiness where it starts: the home.

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Our Purpose

ParentChild+ uses education to break the cycle of poverty for low-income families. We engage early in life and help toddlers, their parents, and their family child care providers access a path to possibility.

What we provide isn’t just early literacy, it is early opportunity. For families living in underserved communities, we are a first step on the ladder to success. Their personal booster club.

It isn’t as easy as ABC. It is hard work. It is crucial work. What gets us up each morning is the thought that for every child for whom we help level the playing field, the equity gap closes a bit more and the possibilities and opportunities expand.

Our mission is urgent. Join us in ensuring that all of our children have equal possibilities from the start.

Our Story

In the early 1960s, Dr. Phyllis Levenstein (August 23, 1916 – May 28, 2005), an educational psychologist studying at Columbia University, was asked to develop a program for families that would reduce the growing number of high school dropouts. After extensive research, she concluded that the most effective intervention would be to reach out to children before they even entered school. In fact, she determined that dropout prevention must begin with parents and in the home environment. Armed with this information, Dr. Levenstein developed the model for the ParentChild+ (originally called The Mother-Child Home Program).

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Our Story

In the mid-1960s Dr. Phyllis Levenstein, an educational psychologist and social worker was asked by a family service organization on Long Island to develop a program that would reduce the growing number of high school dropouts.

Based on growing research on the importance of the early years for developing critical language and early literacy skills and the value of parent-child interaction for building these skills, Dr. Levenstein decided to focus on working with families when their children were two and three.

Dr. Levenstein developed the ParentChild+ model (originally called the Verbal Interaction Project and the Mother-Child Home Program), which took a revolutionary new approach: reaching children and their parents at home, before they even enter school.

She designed the program to address four factors key to ensuring school success—and essential to giving children and their families the opportunity to thrive.

  1. Increases school readiness and school success
  2. Supporting reading and play activities in the home
  3. Building language, literacy, and learning-rich home environments
  4. Supporting the development of social-emotional skills so children enter school ready to be successful students.

Dr. Levenstein tested an array of variables while creating the program, including the number and duration of visits, giving families educational materials versus lending them, and one cycle vs. two. Through research and evaluation, she identified the most effective approach, which is the same key program elements implemented at all ParentChild+ sites today.

After a piloting and research phase, ParentChild+ was established as an independent nonprofit organization in 1979 to assist underserved communities replicate and expand Dr. Levenstein’s model. With our international network of sites, ParentChild+ reaches the hardest to reach, most isolated, under-resourced families in urban, suburban, and rural communities. Working with our local partner agencies, we carefully monitor the quality and impact of the Program in these communities.

Evaluating and tracking our impact is central to our work. Our data continues to demonstrate that ParentChild+:

  • Increases school readiness
  • Decreases the need for special education
  • Significantly improves high school graduation rates.

ParentChild+ has reached over 70,000 families since it was founded and serves more than 7,000 families each year.

Our Partners

ParentChild+ continues to thrive due to the generous support of many foundations and corporations.

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Meet Our Team

Tai Chang Terry

President

New York, NY

James M. Molloy

1st Vice President

Citi
New York, NY

Marlene Motyka

2nd Vice President

Deloitte Transactions & Business Analytics, LLP
Parsippany, NJ

William Wallace

Treasurer

New York, NY

Jane C. Spencer

Secretary

Guildford, CT

Dorothy Bondarenko

Member-at-large

Deloitte & Touche, LLP
New York, NY

Blake Hallinan

Member-at-large

Bank of America
New York, NY

Barry A. Berman

NextPet/Grandma Mae’s Country Naturals
New York, NY

Stanley W. Butterfass

ButterfassPepe Group
Franklin Lakes, NJ

Charles L. Butts

Former Ohio State Senator
Cleveland, OH

Brenda Di Leo

Deloitte & Touche, LLP
New York, NY

Lisa Filomia-Aktas

Ernst & Young LLP
New York, NY

David E. Franasiak

Williams & Jensen, PLLC
Washington, D.C.

Hillary A. Frommer

Farrell Fritz, P.C.
New York, NY

Sonia Hamstra

Austin, TX

Eric Hess

Hess Legal Counsel, LLC
New York, NY

Howard Landsberg

WeiserMazars, LLP
New York, NY

Bob Lavoie

The Boston Consulting Group
New York, NY

Alex Lentz

Barclays
New York, NY

Erik-Jaap C. Molenaar

RBC Capital Markets
New York, NY

Tara Murphy

Consultant, Commonwealth of MA Executive Office of Health and Human Services
Boston, MA

Stephan Oppenheimer

Pontalba Capital
New York, NY

Thomas Powers

Nationwide Insurance
Columbus, OH

Joshua Schwartz

East Wind Advisors, LLC
New York, NY

Deborah Velez Medenica

Fred Alger Management, Inc.
New York, NY

Kristian M. Whalen

Platte River Equity
Denver, CO

Tanya Zaben

Tanya Zaben Design
New York, NY

Sarah Walzer, CEO

Shannalee Levy

DEVELOPMENT & FINANCE MANAGER

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Shannalee Levy

DEVELOPMENT & FINANCE MANAGER

Shannalee Levy has joined ParentChild+ as the Development and Finance Manager. She comes to us from Mediaocean where she was a Sr. Client Accounting Systems Analyst, with experience in developing, project management, implementing and training of financial, media and CRM data systems. She is an expert in client accounting, digital, and media buying/planning. She also worked at NASDAQ OMX as a staff account where she prepared budgets, performed general accounts analysis and reconciliations, audit preparation, maintained vendor contracts, and assisted with payroll. She’s been praised her for her professionalism, dedication, erudition, attention to detail, teaching and people skills, among many other great attributes. She attended Pace University and State University of New York at Oswego where she majored in Business Accounting. Shannalee lives in Lindenhurst NY with her husband and two children.

Teresa Kemp Zielenski

STRATEGIC INITIATIVES MANAGER

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Teresa Kemp Zielenski

STRATEGIC INITIATIVES MANAGER

Terri is the Strategic Initiatives Manager. In this role she works with the public, private and nonprofit sectors, to include non-traditional partners for early-childhood/early-literacy programming, with a goal of enhancing the work of ParentChild+’s national center in New York while focusing on building strategic partnerships to expand the organization’s capacity for growth. Prior to joining ParentChild+, Terri was the Director of Development for the Tomorrow’s Hope Foundation where she raised scholarship funds for elementary education. Previously, she was the Executive Vice President & Chief Operating Officer of United Way of Long Island where she was responsible for programs, grant making, and human resources; she was Executive Director of the Frederick B. Abramson Memorial Foundation where she was responsible for operations, development, and programs; and the Assistant Director of Development for Corporate and Foundation Relations at Georgetown University where she raised funds for the university’s medical center. Terri spent the early part of her career as a management consultant with Booz-Allen & Hamilton, Inc. and Standard Technology Inc. She holds an MALS in Public/Social Policy from Georgetown University, a BA in English and Spanish from George Mason University, and a post graduate certificate in Leading Community Problem Solving from Harvard University’s John F. Kennedy School of Government.

Sara Karlya

GRANT AND CONTENT MANAGER

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Sara Karlya

GRANT AND CONTENT MANAGER

Sara Karlya is the Grant and Content Manager at ParentChild+. She works with foundations to foster funding for the support and expansion of the Program nationwide, and creates marketing materials to raise the profile of the organization. Before joining ParentChild+, Sara worked in book publishing at St. Martin’s Press. Sara holds an MS from New York University’s School of Professional Studies.

Michelle N. Ioannou, M.A.

DEVELOPMENT AND COMMUNICATIONS MANAGER

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Michelle N. Ioannou, M.A.

DEVELOPMENT AND COMMUNICATIONS MANAGER

Michelle joined ParentChild+ in 2014 as Communications and Events Coordinator, and has now become the Social Media & Events Manager. In this role, Michelle supports the Program through event management, social media, public relations, marketing and communications in order to meet all goals. Michelle graduated from Fordham University, Summa Cum Laude, in 2014 with her M.A. in Public Communications, and graduated in 2013 with her B.A. in Communications & Media Studies and a Business Administration Minor. Throughout her graduate studies, Michelle worked part-time at the Arvo Pärt Project where she planned a sold out concert at Carnegie Hall for Arvo Pärt, the world’s most played living composer. In addition to her studies, Michelle was the Founder of Fordham’s Colleges Against Cancer, Chair of Fordham’s Relay For Life, and an intern at The American Cancer Society. In these roles, Fordham’s Relay For Life reached its goal of $30,000 for the first time in Fordham history!

Courtney Inman

DEVELOPMENT AND EVENTS DIRECTOR

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Courtney Inman

DEVELOPMENT AND EVENTS DIRECTOR

In her role, Courtney is responsible for creating and implementing strategies to meet event goals as well as the marketing and public relations activities of ParentChild+. Courtney manages the Communications and Events team in their work to increase the visibility and prominence of the organization and supporting the program’s fundraising and expansion activities. Prior to joining ParentChild+, Courtney worked on the Lawyer Development team at Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe and as the Director of Communications and Development at Dwight School in New York. In her role at Dwight School, Courtney was responsible for both internal and external communications, event planning including an annual benefit, and Annual Fund strategy and solicitation. Courtney is a graduate of The University of South Carolina.

Phyllis Levenstein

FOUNDER (DECEASED)

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Phyllis Levenstein

FOUNDER (DECEASED)

Dr. Levenstein was the founder and original Executive Director of ParentChild+. She was a clinical psychologist, who first developed the Program for her Columbia University doctoral dissertation. Her background was in the interdisciplinary study of the family, social work, and education. She was an Adjunct Associate Professor in the Social Sciences Interdisciplinary Program at the State University of New York, Stony Brook. She conducted much of the early research on the effectiveness of the Program and published numerous articles and the acclaimed book, Messages from Home, about child development and PanretChild+. She was the lead author of the article examining the results of the high school graduation rate study that earned ParentChild+ national attention.

Anita Stewart

CHIEF DEVELOPMENT AND STRATEGIC PARTNERSHIPS OFFICER

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Anita Stewart

CHIEF DEVELOPMENT AND STRATEGIC PARTNERSHIPS OFFICER

Anita’s new role at ParentChild+ is to help extend the reach via new funding sources including corporations, foundations, cause-marketing and public private partnerships. Anita recently joined ParentChild+ after 12 years as Senior Vice President of Global Strategic Partnerships & Development at Sesame Workshop, where she developed innovative private/public partnerships and funding globally, for the Sesame Workshop’s signature children’s series and critical community engagement programs. Prior to Sesame Workshop, Ms. Stewart held positions at PBS, MobileComm Inc. Texaco, and N.W. Ayer & Partners where she had strategic development and relationship management positions. She holds a BA in Education and Sociology from City University of New York, Queens College.

Avery Serebin

CHIEF OPERATING OFFICER

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Avery Serebin

CHIEF OPERATING OFFICER

Avery Serebin has directed business operations across the spectrum of business types – corporate, union, academic, and not-for-profit sectors, and across industries – from engineering to global for-profit education.

Just prior to joining ParentChild+, she oversaw the operations for one of 1199SEIU’s three benefit funds.

Avery has an MBA in operations management and sustainability. She is LEED O & M certified.

Sarah E. Walzer, J.D.

CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER

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Sarah E. Walzer, J.D.

CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER

Before becoming CEO of ParentChild+, Sarah was Counsel to the Assistant Secretary for Legislation at HHS, working on early childhood and family support issues. Prior to that, she was legislative assistant/counsel to Senator Joseph Lieberman, working on early childhood, education, housing, and anti-poverty initiatives. She was also responsible for children and family issues for the Clinton/Gore Domestic Policy Transition Team. She has presented on ParentChild+, school readiness, and home visiting to many audiences, including the Campaign for Grade Level Reading, the National Association of Housing and Redevelopment Officials, the Philanthropy Roundtable, and the National Home Visiting Summit. She serves on the Board of Directors of The Petey Greene Program. She graduated from Princeton University and Harvard Law School.

Shannalee Levy

DEVELOPMENT & FINANCE MANAGER

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Shannalee Levy

DEVELOPMENT & FINANCE MANAGER

Shannalee Levy has joined ParentChild+ as the Development and Finance Manager. She comes to us from Mediaocean where she was a Sr. Client Accounting Systems Analyst, with experience in developing, project management, implementing and training of financial, media and CRM data systems. She is an expert in client accounting, digital, and media buying/planning. She also worked at NASDAQ OMX as a staff account where she prepared budgets, performed general accounts analysis and reconciliations, audit preparation, maintained vendor contracts, and assisted with payroll. She’s been praised her for her professionalism, dedication, erudition, attention to detail, teaching and people skills, among many other great attributes. She attended Pace University and State University of New York at Oswego where she majored in Business Accounting. Shannalee lives in Lindenhurst NY with her husband and two children.

Dina Shahverdi

OFFICE AND BILLING MANAGER

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Dina Shahverdi

OFFICE AND BILLING MANAGER

Dina manages the day-to-day operation of the National Center office and provides administrative support to National Center activities. She manages the office, maintains site and office records, and assists with the annual conference, trainings, and other events. She is fluent in German, Farsi, Hebrew, and English.

Meenakshi Monga

RESEARCH FELLOW

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Meenakshi Monga

RESEARCH FELLOW

Meenakshi Monga is an Atlas Corps Fellow from India and has joined the team as a Research Fellow. In this role, Meenakshi supports and works closely with the Research and Evaluation team to meet the program goals. She uses interdisciplinary research and works closely with maternal-child, youth groups, and elderly groups from diverse communities on issues related to education, healthcare, nutrition, WASH, and environment. She is passionate about equality, and humanitarian work driven towards social change using technology led social innovation through interdisciplinary research. Meenakshi has a bachelor’s degree in Life Science and master degrees in Hospital Administration, and Psychology. Before joining the ParentChild+ team, Meenakshi worked with Government of India and UNICEF, Berkeley University, Johns Hopkins University, Public Health Foundation of India, Christian Aid, and Red-R in various capacities. Additionally, she also mentors ‘youth groups on using design for social good.

Sarah Aparicio

RESEARCH AND DATA ANALYST

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Sarah Aparicio

RESEARCH AND DATA ANALYST

Sarah joined the research team to manage ParentChild+’s Management Information System (MIS), and assist on research projects related to program evaluation. Sarah graduated from Hunter College with her M.S. in Applied Social Research, and graduated from Queens College with her B.A. in Sociology and a Political Science Minor. She brings a background in database management, statistical analysis, and Geographical Information Science. She has previously worked on research studies focusing on parent and youth relationships, environmental predictors of health outcomes, and social justice.

You Zhou, PhD.

RESEARCH AND EVALUATION MANAGER

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You Zhou, PhD.

RESEARCH AND EVALUATION MANAGER

You has recently joined the team to support the Program’s internal and external evaluation, the quality improvement and program fidelity research work, and the monitoring and support of program implementation activities. Her main responsibility is to design, organize and conduct independent research in conjunction with the Research Evaluation Director to strengthen the model of evidence-based practices. You comes from China, has lived in the UK for 11 years and recently has moved to New York. She completed MSc Psychoanalytic Developmental Psychology and later PhD at University College London in the UK. Prior to joining ParentChild+, You worked at Anna Freud National Centre for Children and Families, and later the Psychotherapy Evaluation Research Unit of Tavistock and Portman NHS Foundation Trust in London. She currently also works as a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at New York Psychoanalytic Society & Institute. You is a Chartered Psychologist of the British Psychology Society, an Early Career Professional of the APA Division 39 Section II Childhood and Adolescence, and a member of the Youth Working Committee of the Chinese Mental Health Association.

César Zuniga, M.S.

RESEARCH DIRECTOR

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César Zuniga, M.S.

RESEARCH DIRECTOR

César oversees data collection, quality assurance, and research projects. He coordinates the National Center’s efforts to build the capacity of replication sites capacities to plan and conduct research and evaluation projects on the short and long-term impacts of the Program on children and families. He is responsible for the implementation of ParentChild+’s Management Information System (MIS), including designing, updating, and providing training to Site Coordinators and Home Visitors. Before coming to ParentChild+, César worked as a project associate at the Equity Assistance Center (EAC) at, New York University. César also served as a Board Member of the Passaic Public Schools in New Jersey. He has a Master’s Degree in Educational Administration and is currently pursuing a doctorate in Developmental Psychology.

Pamela Williams

WASHINGTON PROGRAM DIRECTOR

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Pamela Williams

WASHINGTON PROGRAM DIRECTOR

Pamela currently serves as the ParentChild+ Washington Program Director and is a member of the Home Visiting Services Account (HVSA) HUB team within Washington. Formerly she was the Family Literacy Program Manager for the School District of Philadelphia Office of Early Childhood where she managed ParentChild+ in Philadelphia from 2005 -2013 and the Even Start Family Literacy Program for over 10 years. Ms. Williams has worked in the field of family literacy for over 20 years and holds a BA from Temple University and a MS from Drexel University.

Malkia Singleton Ofori-Agyekum

PENNSYLVANIA PROGRAM DIRECTOR

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Malkia Singleton Ofori-Agyekum

PENNSYLVANIA PROGRAM DIRECTOR

Malkia Singleton Ofori-Agyekum currently serves as the ParentChild+ Pennsylvania Program Director. She was hired in 2016 in conjunction with the launch of the GreenLight roll-out in Philadelphia. She has been overseeing the Program’s successful start-up and expansion in Philadelphia, as was as supporting sites elsewhere in the state and working on expanding into new PA communities. She holds a Bachelor of Science in Rehabilitation Services from the University of Maryland Eastern Shore and Master of Science in Early Childhood Education from the University of Pennsylvania. She also holds a Certificate in Early Childhood Mental Health from Widener University, and a Certificate from the Non-Profit Executive Leadership Institute (NELI) from Bryn Mawr College. As a program designer, leader and advocate in the fields of early childhood education and homeless services, Mrs. Ofori-Agyekum has dedicated her time and talent to serving underserved communities in both Baltimore, Maryland and Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Her fifteen years of experience as an administrator and advocate includes Vice President of Social Services at the People’s Emergency Center, Jumpstart Baltimore Program Coordinator, Project Act Training Consultant for Abilities Network and Education Coordinator for Head Start at Morgan State University. In addition, she is currently the co-chair of the Children’s Workgroup-Early Childhood Committee, member of the Intergen Steering Committee, and Commissioner for the Strong Families Commission, Inc. and a member of the PA Family Support Stakeholder Committee.

Andre Eaton, MSW

NEW YORK STATE PROGRAM DIRECTOR

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Andre Eaton, MSW

NEW YORK STATE PROGRAM DIRECTOR

Andre coordinates program expansion, program support, staff development, and additional training for all New York ParentChild+ sites. He also helps the sites coordinate with the New York City Department of Education to ensure that all Program children are connected with the appropriate next educational step. Andre also works on developing new public and private funding streams, fostering relationships with new local partner agencies and state and local policy makers, and enhancing partnerships with business and other literacy and early childhood programs. Andre was selected in 2017 to be a member of the NYS Family Engagement Coalition Steering Committee, serving on the Support/Best Practices subcommittee, and is also currently a member of the Governor’s Early Childhood Advisory Council. Before coming to ParentChild+, he was the Southeastern Regional Director for Jumpstart for Young Children, Inc. and previously was Executive Director of Covenant House Georgia. Andre has a B.A. in Sociology from Brandeis University, a Master’s of Social Work from the University of Pennsylvania, and a Masters of Divinity from Union Theological Seminary at Columbia University. He is a Certified Social Worker and holds a Student Supervisor Certificate.

Carol Rubin, MSW, LICSW

MASSACHUSETTS PROGRAM DIRECTOR

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Carol Rubin, MSW, LICSW

MASSACHUSETTS PROGRAM DIRECTOR

Carol is a licensed, independent clinical social worker who has worked in the field of community development, parent education, and early childhood education since 1970. From 1991 to 2006, Carol was the Director of ParentChild+ in Newton, Needham, Wellesley, Waltham, Brookline, and Watertown, and in 2006, she became the Massachusetts Program Director for ParentChild+. In this role, she maintains close working relationships with the Governor’s staff, the House and Senate leadership, and the Education and Ways and Means Committees. She provides technical assistance, workshops, regional meetings, and individual consultations for the 37 ParentChild+ Site Coordinators. She works in partnership with Massachusetts foundations to expand the program statewide. Carol consults regularly with the program’s advisory council. and is a member of the Advisory Committee for the Department of Early Education and Care.

Tiffany Lee

FAMILY CHILD CARE INITIATIVE DIRECTOR

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Tiffany Lee

FAMILY CHILD CARE INITIATIVE DIRECTOR

Tiffany relocated from the state of Washington to lead ParentChild+’s Family Child Care Home Visiting Initiative. She works with ParentChild+ sites across the country as well as state, county, and city child care agencies on the national expansion of the ParentChild+ FCC model to bring quality school readiness supports to providers and parents in under-resourced communities. She has worked for the Department of Defense as a Training and Curriculum Specialist developing and delivering training and supporting providers’ pursuit of national accreditation. As a regional coordinator for Child Care Aware of the Olympic Peninsula, she led a team of coaches in creating and delivering supports to providers in center and family-based settings based in six counties. As the state Director of Quality Improvement and Professional Development for Child Care Aware of Washington, she administered the state’s system of coaching and training for child care providers across Washington. She holds a Bachelor of Art’s degree in History, a Post-Baccalaureate certificate in secondary education, and a Master’s degree in Educational Administration.

Michele Morrison, M.S.

TRAINING AND PROGRAM SUPPORT DIRECTOR

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Michele Morrison, M.S.

TRAINING AND PROGRAM SUPPORT DIRECTOR

Michele oversees training and certification of ParentChild+ Site Coordinators and sites. She develops training materials and workshops to train both Site Coordinators and Home Visitors and provides technical assistance to both developing and existing ParentChild+ sites on issues including hiring, training, and supervising staff, recruiting families, expanding services, and community relations. She also organizes ParentChild+’s annual national conference. Michele was a Site Coordinator for six years at ParentChild+ replication site sponsored by the Freeport, N.Y. School District and the Nassau Board of Cooperative Educational Services (BOCES). She has also worked in the Nassau BOCES Teen Parenting Program, and taught child development courses to college students and professionals. Michele has also made national presentations on the value of early parent-child literacy experiences. Michele has a Master’s degree in Elementary Education.

News

May 8, 2019

Opinion: Gov. Newsom’s third-grade reading focus right on target...

While reading about Gov. Gavin Newsom’s cradle-to-career education agenda, my stomach lurched learning about his focus on third-grade reading. Numerous studies have shown the connection between third-grade literacy and further academic and professional success. Students who read at appropriate third-grade reading levels are four times more likely to…

March 7, 2019

This New York City charter network is taking its lessons to toddlers...

Preschool is already too late, if you ask Ian Rowe. The head of Public Prep charter schools in New York City believes that, when it comes to setting students up for academic success, the key is starting earlier. Much, much earlier. That’s why the network has teamed up…

February 14, 2019

The ‘transformative power’ of reaching children before kindergarten...

Mothers dropping off their children at one of Public Prep’s elementary campuses — in either the Bronx, New York, or the Lower East Side of Manhattan — often have a much younger child with them in a stroller or carriage. It’s a scene that would often leave Ian…

February 14, 2019

A Look Back At A Year of Helping Berkshire Families...

Do you want to make lasting changes in our community? As we approach 2019, it’s rewarding to look back and see the impact we made together this year. Long-time south county homeowner, Ellen Rudley, drove by the Community Health Program (CHP) office in Great Barrington numerous times without…

February 5, 2019

Charities praise ‘Man of the Year’ Chris Long’s off-field work...

Action News on 6abc, 2/5/19 PHILADELPHIA (WPVI) — One of the winners at the Super Bowl was Philadelphia Eagles defensive end Chris Long, who edged out 31 other nominees to win the league’s Walter Payton Man of the Year Award. Long’s foundation supports the Parent-Child Home Program (PCHP),…

January 28, 2019

ParentChild+ NY Sites Awarded Over $3 Million In Multi-Year Grants By NY State Office Of Children; ...

Press Release, 1/19 NEW YORK January 2019 – The Parent-Child Home Program (PCHP), a leading early childhood, school readiness organization working in 14 states and six countries, is proud to announce that the New York State Office of Children & Family Services (OCFS) has awarded New York PCHP…

January 16, 2019

Massachusetts Department of Early Education And Care Awards An Increase of $300,000 In Funding To ...

Press Release, 1/19   MASSACHUSETTS January 2019 – The Parent-Child Home Program (PCHP), a leading early childhood, school readiness organization working in 14 states nationwide and five other countries, is proud to announce that the Department of Early Education and Care (EEC) has awarded an additional $300,000 in…

December 7, 2018

United Way and Chris Long Launch Crowdfunding Effort for Early Literacy...

Press Release, 12/7/18  Donations will be matched, dollar for dollar, up to $100,000 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Nicole Woodie, The Chris Long Foundation 786-863-7096 nicole@chrislongfoundation.org Teresa Tellekamp, United Way of Greater Philadelphia and Southern New Jersey 215-665-2435 ttellekamp@uwgpsnj.org PHILADELPHIA – December 7, 2018 – United Way of Greater…

December 5, 2018

Parent-Child Home Program Creates Equal Possibilities for Children...

Kars For Kids Blog, 12/18 Imagine entering school never having held a book, never having used art materials — being unprepared to interact with your teachers and classmates. This real life situation is one that the Parent-Child Home Program (PCHP) aims to prevent: a situation in which under-resourced…

November 28, 2018

Wellington Management Foundation Awards $200,000 Catalyst Gift to Massachusetts ParentChild+...

Advocate News Online, 11/9/18   MASSACHUSETTS October 2018 – The Parent-Child Home Program (PCHP), a leading early childhood school readiness organization working in 14 states nationwide and five other countries, is proud to announce that it has been awarded $200,000 Wellington Management Foundation Catalyst Grant. Thanks to this…

November 14, 2018

PCHP Included in The 2018 Home Visiting Yearbook...

To download a PDF copy of the yearbook, please click here. To download a PDF copy of PCHP’s profile, please click here.

November 8, 2018

Wellington Management Foundation Awards $200,000 Catalyst Gift to Massachusetts ParentChild+...

Press Release, 10/18   MASSACHUSETTS October 2018 – The Parent-Child Home Program (PCHP), a leading early childhood school readiness organization working in 14 states nationwide and five other countries, is proud to announce that it has been awarded $200,000 Wellington Management Foundation Catalyst Grant. Thanks to this grant,…

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