Families must be engaged in order to meet the total needs of children as they transition through grades K-12. The cultivation of a culture of education excellence within the family stimulates the values that will drive anticipated and expected outcomes for the City's children.
Critical is the creation of an expectation in the minds of policy makers and program planners that children living in poverty can and will succeed - with the right supports. It is to these ends, that we believe our innovative results-driven approach is driving the Center's core values:
The Center for Child and Family Achievement, believing that parents and children can learn together, seeks to inspire and to develop stronger academic achievement in children living in poverty from Kindergarten through High School graduation, by addressing the total needs of the family.