Family Learning

in partnership with OneWorldCommunity Health Centers

A White House Bright Spot for Excellence in Hispanic Education

Family Learning

Family Learning takes a two-generation approach. This is our most established program designed to “help parents help their children” by building on their own strengths. We now see a pattern of strong gains with children and parents making progress together.

95% Poverty

STUDENTS OUTPERFORMED MULTIPLE SUBGROUPS IN BOTH NESA ASSESSMENTS.

For the third year in a row, students with parents participating in the program demonstrated higher attendance and proficiency rates. Their scores exceeded comparable students at the district and state level.

NeSa ELA

WHAT IT MEASURES: academic achievement

NeSA Math

WHAT IT MEASURES: academic achievement