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Published on Sep 26, 2012
What do we do when we know that Cleveland's children start Kindergarten 12 to 14 months behind their suburban peers? When we know that children who make important gains in literacy skills during preschool often lose these benefits in a low performing elementary school? When we know that when children start school at a disadvantage it becomes harder and harder to catch up?
WE GO FURTHER... The Center for Families and Children provides a high-quality early learning program that ensures our children are ready to enter kindergarten. And we don't stop there -- we build partnerships with high performing schools so our kids get ahead and stay ahead all the way to high school graduation and beyond.