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December 22, 2016

The Capital Times, 12/20/16   Parent-child home visits prepare young Madisonians for success in ...

Personalized early learning home visits focused on language development and literacy are setting up Dane County’s youngest citizens for success when they start school. The Center for Families’ Parent-Child Home program prepares children and their parents for 4-year-old kindergarten and beyond. Parents across the county can sign up…

August 6, 2014

Fall: $1 Million Gift to Fund National Expansion...

In this newsletter: Parent-Child Home Program Announces $1 Million Grant to Fund National Expansion PCHP’s Literacy Champions Gala Success Comes Full Circle, 18 Years and Counting… Brrrr…Winter is Coming! – Great Book Ideas Signs of Promise: PCHP Opens in Madison, Wisconsin Thank You to Our Supporters Please click…

June 26, 2013

Leslie Ann Howard: Take a stake in early childhood education...

June 26, 2013– On June 20, United Way celebrated our first graduating class of Parent-Child Home students. These 35 4-year-olds are the first group to go through the evidence-based home visitation program whose primary goal is to ensure children enter kindergarten with the necessary skills to succeed —…

October 1, 2012

United Way of Dane County Partners with Leopold Elementary to Help Bridge Achievement Gap...

Newly Created ‘Leopold Early Childhood Zone’ partners county, United Way to help kids and families succeed in Leopold Elementary School Neighborhood The county will partner with United Way of Dane County to launch a new pilot birth to four-year-old kindergarten program to help more children and families succeed…

May 23, 2012

United Way Program...

United Way program helps low-income parents prepare their children for kindergarten Le’Andrea Vernon, a single mother working full time, struggles to find preschool enrichment programs for her 3-year-old daughter that accommodates her work schedule. Brenda Carman, who makes ends meet with support from her son’s father, finds the…

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