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$25,000 to Community Action Project of Tulsa County to provide English language instruction to low-income, non-English speaking parents of very young children.
"ya estamos recibiendo las solicitudes para que las familias soliciten para el programa CAP Tulsa, mientras mas pronto lo hagan es mucho mejor"
Early enrollment is underway for CAP Tulsa’s early childhood education program. The agency is offering early placement in for the 2016-17 school year starting in April as well as a new online application process.
Mosaic, the Tulsa Regional Chamber’s diversity business council, recognized 35 area businesses Thursday for their efforts to promote inclusion.
CAP Tulsa is expanding a program that provides job training for low-income parents of young children in an effort to break the cycle of poverty.
The Community Action Project of Tulsa has launched their annual literacy campaign and book drive. The "Together We Read" campaign aims to help children aged zero to four have better reading comprehension and word recognition.
The Wal-Mart Foundation has awarded $66,890 to the Community Action Project of Tulsa County (CAP Tulsa) through the Foundation’s State Giving Program to implement new technology allowing families easier access to much-needed programs.
Beginning September 21 until October 2, CAP Tulsa will be collecting new and gently used children’s books for children ages birth to four-years-old that the agency serves through its innovative early childhood education program.
The CAP programs teach children, really from birth on, and they've got room for more - especially for 2 and 3 year olds. At the 12 CAP schools, there are openings for 2 and 3 year olds - 500 available spots as of now.
CAP Tulsa officials announced Tuesday that seats are still available in programs for 2-, 3- and 4-year-olds.