Advocate at state or local level for policies and funding focused on helping students reach important milestones.
Participate in on-going mentor program with schools or out-of-school providers to engage paired students through one-to-one or group meetings providing social and academic support.
Fund two generational programs that develop language, math and reading skills such as simultaneous infant toddler playgroups and parent workshops.
Provide parents with education and accessible tools to engage with their children at home to promote early development and learning.
Provide evidence-based professional development and assessment for preschool and early education teachers in effective math and literacy instructional techniques.
Establish a local child hunger task force in your district in collaboration with key community partners.