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Our Solution


We empower and support parents to be their child's best educator.

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Our Solution


We empower and support parents to be their child's best educator.


 

Our solution:

Make high-quality early childhood education available, affordable and reliable by empowering low-income parents/caregivers living in urban areas to become their children’s best teachers.

 

 

World Class Educational Curriculum

Designed for and delivered to your mobile device

Daily activities of approximately 15 minutes designed by child development experts and psychologists

Facilitates age-appropriate developmental interaction and increased word exchanges to improve a child's cognitive, language, physical, and socio-emotional skills

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Connecting through Community

The curriculum allows us to create communities of mothers and fathers with others in the same area with children of similar age

Expands a parent's knowledge base 10x

Allows parents and children to share and learn together, using new content and experiences to encourage conversation

 
 
 

Other services

Weekly meetups to strengthen existing communities, overcome the burdens of isolation, and build resilience in the areas it is most needed

Provide a safe, convenient, and affordable way to save up for a child's educational expenses

Preserve cultural heritage through the collection and dispersion of stories from the community

 

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Links & Research


Check out the following for more information on the importance of early childhood

education.

Links & Research


Check out the following for more information on the importance of early childhood

education.

  • Colker, Laura J. "The word gap: The early years make a difference." Teaching Young Children 7.3 (2013): 26-28.
  • Hart, Betty, and Todd Risley. "The early catastrophe." American Educator 27.4 (2003): 6-9.
  • Shonkoff, Jack. "In Brief: The Science of Early Childhood Development." Center on the Developing Child. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University. Retrieved from: developingchild.harvard.edu/download_file/-/view/64 (2009).
  • Shonkoff, Jack P., et al. "The lifelong effects of early childhood adversity and toxic stress." Pediatrics 129.1 (2012): e232-e246.
  • York, Benjamin N., and Susanna Loeb. "One step at a time: the effects of an early literacy text messaging program for parents of preschoolers." Center For Education Policy Analysis at Stanford University. (2014).
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Educuento


We are currently piloting in Mexico as Educuento

 

Click here to see some of activities that are happening.

Educuento


We are currently piloting in Mexico as Educuento

 

Click here to see some of activities that are happening.