Celebrating 5 Years of Impact with TalkingPoints

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This month we celebrate five years of driving family engagement to improve educational outcomes for some of our country’s most vulnerable students. 

We are so grateful for the support of the educators, administrators, funders, and partners that make our work possible. Together, we are making a difference in the lives of the 1.5 million families we reach today, even as we prepare to reach even more families tomorrow.

Here’s to the next five years of impact!

Celebrating 5 years of impact with talking points

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