Like the local home visit projects we help, our network is sustained by our collaborations with school districts, community groups, teachers’ unions and other organizations, such as foundations and businesses, interested in transforming public education. Can your group help a new project get started, or contribute toward sustaining the network? Contact Carrie Rose, Executive Director, firstname.lastname@example.org, (916) 752-3206.
Locally – Organizational members include the many school districts, unions, community organizations, foundations and businesses that collaborate to form and grow a local Parent/Teacher Home Visit Project.
Nationally – In addition, organizational members include national foundations, corporations and organizations that support the PTHVP network to:
- train and nurture both new and existing projects across the US
- collect data and evolve our best practices
- advocate for our relationship-based approach in education policy
PTHVP Organizational Members include:
- American Federation of Teachers
- California Endowment
- Flamboyan Foundation
- Institute for Teaching
- National Education Association
- Rose Community Foundation
- The Stuart Foundation
- Wells Fargo Foundation
“As a school superintendent I accompanied teachers on dozens of home visits. What I witnessed was that home visits tear down barriers, grow relationships and serve the whole child in a way that a meeting in a public school setting can’t.
At the Stuart Foundation, we believe in strengthening the relationships between the child, the teacher and the parent/family/community because all three must be partners in learning. By supporting these relationships we can better understand how to leverage that strength into improving the entire education system.”
–Jonathan Raymond, President, Stuart Foundation
National Education Association
“PTHVP honors the commitment, love and support that educators, families, and community members have for the young people in our public schools. There are few organizations that make such a difference in the lives of students, their families, and educators.”
–Andrea Prejean, Director of Teacher Quality, National Education Association