Early Learning

Abriendo Puertas/Opening Doors

Partner since 2014

 

Engages parents of 0- 5-year-olds through an evidence-based, comprehensive training program developed by and for Latino parents. Since its founding, Abriendo Puertas/Opening Doors has served 62,000 parents through 400 family-serving organizations.

 

Our partnership supports a curriculum refresh, including the addition of new early learning research. 

Center for the Study of Social Policy

Partner since 2015

 

Works in partnership with federal, state and local public agencies, and with private sector organizations, foundations and community members to create supports and opportunities for those in greatest need through policy, systems reform and community change. 

 

CSSP is a Early Learning Nation 2025 partner. Our partnership supports the Early Childhood-LINC network, which works to improve results for young children and families in communities across the country with a focus on accelerating the development of effective, integrated, local early childhood system.

Child Care Aware of America

Partner since 2015

 

Advances a child care system to effectively serve all children and families through a network of child care resource and referral agencies and diverse members and partners.

 

Our partnership supports the scaling of Vroom across the national network of Childcare Resource and Referral agencies.

NYU Langone Medical Center - Department of Population Health

Partner Since 2017

 

Bridges the worlds of medical care and public health to improve peoples’ lives and the health of populations in New York City and around the globe through impact-oriented research and front-line partnerships.

Our partnership supports programs and positions to help a new NYU Langone Medical Center campus in Brooklyn provide optimal child and family health and development.  The foundation also established the Bezos Family Foundation Endowed Chair in Population Health.

National Academy of Sciences

Partner 2014-2017

 

Provides research-backed recommendations to Congress on science, engineering, and health.

 

Our partnership supports the Supporting Parents of Children Ages 0-8 research project of the Committee on Supporting Parents of Young Children. 

National League of Cities

Partner since 2015

 

Serves the interests of cities, towns and villages in the US as well as professionals working in municipal government. 

 

NLC is a Early Learning Nation 2025 partner. Our partnership supports the Early Childhood-LINC network, which works to improve results for young children and families in communities across the country with a focus on accelerating the development of effective, integrated, local early childhood system.

National Parent Leadership Institute

Partner since 2016

 

Enables parents to become leading advocates for children and become practiced change agents for the next generation.

 

Our partnership supports the development and expansion of a national organization to reach more parents and communities with the Parent Leadership Training Institute model. 

 

Seattle Children's Hospital & Research Foundation

Partner since 2016

 

Delivers patient care, advances new discoveries and treatments through pediatric research and serves as the pediatric and adolescent academic medical center for Washington, Alaska, Montana and Idaho.

 

Our partnership supports the Odessa Brown Clinic, which provides medical, dental, mental health and nutrition services to children birth to 21 and families, regardless of their ability to pay.  

Westchester Jewish Community

Partner since 2009

 

Provides care and human services to children and families in Weschester County. 

 

Our partnership supports the Early Childhood Parent-Child Programs. 

Zero to Three

Partner 2015-2016

 

Provides parents, professionals, and policymakers the knowledge and the know-how to nurture early development. 

 

Our partnership supports the National Parent Survey, which is designed to provide the field with knowledge about where Millennial parents go to for information on parenting, what they know and believe about early learning, brain science, and parenting, and identify the greatest needs and challenges of parents today.   

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