Federal Case Study Highlights Early Childhood Education in the Atlanta Civic Site

Posted January 5, 2016
By the Annie E. Casey Foundation
Dunbar thursday 1376 Blogimage copy

A new case study from the U.S. Depart­ment of Hous­ing and Urban Devel­op­ment describes the efforts of Casey’s part­ners to help kids and fam­i­lies in south­west Atlanta thrive by tak­ing a com­pre­hen­sive, two-gen­er­a­tion approach to ear­ly child­hood education.

The study focus­es on Edu­care Atlantas holis­tic approach to prepar­ing chil­dren to suc­ceed in ele­men­tary school. With part­ners includ­ing Unit­ed Way of Greater Atlanta and Children’s Health­care of Atlanta, the ear­ly child­hood cen­ter sup­ports social-emo­tion­al and phys­i­cal devel­op­ment, while also equip­ping par­ents to fos­ter their chil­dren’s growth and well-being. The cen­ter is run by Shel­ter­ing Arms Ear­ly Edu­ca­tion and Fam­i­ly Cen­ters.

Check out the case study, and learn more about Edu­care and our part­ners’ approach to ear­ly and ele­men­tary edu­ca­tion in Atlanta.

Popular Posts

View all blog posts   |   Browse Topics

Youth with curly hair in pink shirt

blog   |   June 3, 2021

Defining LGBTQ Terms and Concepts

A mother and her child are standing outdoors, each with one arm wrapped around the other. They are looking at each other and smiling. The child has a basketball in hand.

blog   |   August 1, 2022

Child Well-Being in Single-Parent Families