Children with involved parents, from all backgrounds, are more likely to have:
The Colorado Parent Information and Resource Center (CPIRC), a project of Clayton Early Learning Institute and funded by the U.S. Department of Education, has served parents, schools, and community organizations throughout Colorado since 1995. Through CPIRC, the Institute provides information and resources to meaningfully engage families in their children’s education, and offers training and technical assistance to school personnel and parent leaders that supports school-family partnerships.
School age and early childhood education staff and parent leaders are trained to present workshops to parents on supporting learning at home. Trainers receive ongoing support from CPIRC staff. Parent workshop topics include:
CPIRC also provides services through its statewide partners:
For more information about how you can become involved in this program, please contact Tina House, Program Manager 303-355-5387 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Please visit the CPIRC website for information and activities to support learning at home http://www.cpirc.org.