WORKING TOGETHER

When families, schools, and communities work together in a nurturing and stable environment that supports each child—addressing their academic, social, and developmental needs from the very beginning—it creates a cycle of prosperity that will benefit us all.

In our home state, we focus on high-quality pre-K, more confident instruction on early math concepts, social-emotional learning, family homelessness, after-school programs, and connecting parents, teachers, principals and community organizations to develop the habits that support education wherever children live, learn and play.

 


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Cara Egan Senior Communications Officer (206) 709-3100 x7101

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