We have a saying: “those who work in education -- either within schools or from the community – are project rich, but system poor.”
We are convinced that lasting improvements in the education, health, and social-emotional growth of children and youth can only come from approaches that are designed to scale and sustain positive change.
We invite you to be a spokesperson, cheerleader, advocate for this way of supporting our children. You can do that by
learning about us on this website – watch our introductory slide show,
tell your friends and neighbors about All Kids Alliance and invite them to Google us,
ask questions at meetings, of public figures, to find out how much they think about “cradle to career” education,
arrange for us to speak at events where we can tell our story
For more information or questions about All Kids Alliance, please contact us.