San Antonio, Texas, United States

Advance AVANCE’s evidence-based programs that have improved the school readiness of children, ages 0-3, and that have had a strong impact on Latino families through partnerships with more than15 community-based organizations serving low-income families across the country

May 1, 2010 - July 31, 2015

Focus Area

Educated Kids

Geographic Focus

Arizona, California, Connecticut, District of Columbia, Florida, Illinois, North Carolina, Washington, Texas





Building up parents and children together

After graduating from the AVANCE Parent-Child Education Program as a parent in 1983, Marisa Chapa now works as a national training coordinator.

Educated Kids

Building up parents and children together

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Putting Children First

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