CAP Tulsa's Strategic Framework provides guiding principles, structure, focus areas, and a vision of success that shape the agency's annual operations and priorities.
We remain steadfast in the belief that promoting the healthy development of young children presents the best opportunity to break the intergenerational cycle of poverty. For children to thrive, their families must provide a safe and nurturing environment in which parents are the primary drivers of their children’s long-term success.
CAP Tulsa’s Theory of Change:
Combine high-quality early education for young children with supports that promote nurturing parenting and family financial stability to ensure that children reach their full developmental potential by the end of third grade.
CAP Tulsa's Vision:
All children served by the agency reach their full developmental potential by the end of third grade.
Children receive high-quality education and care services from birth through third grade
Partner with families to create a nurturing and secure environment for their children
Work collectively with other organizations to improve the broader system supporting child and family success
Optimize process management and resource stewardship while providing a great place to work
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Since beginning as a small provider of basic human services through the modern era of innovative programs garnering national attention, CAP Tulsa has been testing an array of strategies to find out what really works to alleviate poverty. The agency's Strategic Framework is a declaration of guiding principles for this ongoing work deemed essential to future success.
CAP Tulsa's 2Gen ApproachRead more about our Impact
We provide support and guidance to low-income families though early childhood education and comprehensive enrichment programs for the entire family.
Measuring Our ImpactLearn about our Program Evaluation
CAP Tulsa’s strategic vision is that all children served by CAP Tulsa reach their full developmental potential by the end of third grade. We prioritize measuring the impact of our program. Specifically, we have a designated team who partners with a local university to design and implement an evaluation of our early childhood program.