Increase national breastfeeding duration rates among low-income women and women of color by designing and implementing an innovative approach to social justice-framed breastfeeding policy and technology development that elevates the narratives and addresses needs of vulnerable populations
Engage and spur municipal and city leadership and build a national movement around early childhood systems development and implementation through the provision of technical assistance that builds upon key lessons around effective educational alignment for young children
Increase the scale and impact of innovations in basic skills development, asset development and parental support and engagement for low-income families through partnerships with major corporations and key institutions
Kim Carter, superintendent of Battle Creek Public Schools, and La June Montgomery Tabron, president and CEO of the W.K. Kellogg Foundation, announce their commitment to improve student academic achievement.