Early Childhood Education

Early childhood education is critical in the first three years of a child’s life. Our high-quality programs prepare children for future school success.

Breaking the Cycle

It’s the core of our mission. We believe early childhood education coupled with innovative family and community programs break the cycle of poverty.

Family Advancement

Families in our early childhood program have access to workforce and education training, parent socializations and benefit screenings.

Learning@Home

Parent educators bring high-quality early childhood education into the home, showing parents how to be their child’s first teacher.

Careers

Find out why our employees think CAP Tulsa is a great place to work.

CareerAdvance® graduates first two Registered Nurses

CAP Tulsa graduated its first two Registered Nurses from its innovative two-generation program CareerAdvance®. The graduates, Misty White and Amber Sanchez, were members of the program’s first and third cohorts, respectively. CareerAdvance® is a work-readiness program that offers coaching, education, training and job opportunities parents of children enrolled at CAP Tulsa early childhood education sites. The goal of the program to help …

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CAP Tulsa honored as a Top Inclusive Workplace

Mosaic, the Tulsa Regional Chamber’s diversity business council, honored CAP Tulsa as one of 23 Top Inclusive Workplace Cultures at its second-annual Economic Inclusion Forum on Nov. 5. The companies and organizations were recognized for their commitment to diversity through Mosaic’s five key metrics: diverse suppliers, diverse people, internal policies, CEO commitment and community outreach programs. Companies and organizations honored …

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Improving outcomes for families

The blog New America Ed Central highlighted the Foundation for Child Development report by Donald Hernandez and Jeffrey Napierala, whose findings supports research that less maternal education is associated with higher levels of poverty. The article holds up recent attention to Head Start as a model, as well as mentioning the dual-generation work done by us with programs like CareerAdvance.

To read the article: http://www.edcentral.org/can-head-start-improve-education-outcomesfor-parents/

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