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Early Childhood Education

Early childhood education is critical in the first three years of a child’s life. Our high-quality programs prepare children for future school success.

Family Advancement

Families in our early childhood program have access to workforce and education training, parent socializations and benefit screenings.


Parent educators bring high-quality early childhood education into the home, showing parents how to be their child’s first teacher.


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CAP Tulsa’s long-term gains featured in NewsOn6 story

CAP Tulsa’s Steven Dow and program alumni, Tanner Jordan were featured in a NewsOn6 story focused on Oklahoma’s Education Advantage. This segment focused on the recent national recognition CAP Tulsa has received for having lasting positive effects on children through middle school based on the study produced by the Center for Research on Children in the U.S. (CROCUS). Their study found …

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Donate or purchase books now through Oct. 14 for Together We Read!

You can help get books into our CAP Tulsa families’ homes by taking part in our Together We Read Book Drive this October 3 through October 14.  Donate new or gently used books for our 0 to 4-year-old students at one of our partner locations or stop by one of Tulsa’s two Barnes & Noble locations and purchase a book …

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CAP Tulsa featured in study for using data-driven decision making

CAP Tulsa was recently featured as one of five case studies that demonstrate real-world examples of an ECE program that has successfully used data linked with health, early intervention, TANF and other social services data through the project, Building Capacity to Use Linked Early Childhood Data, which is funded by the Office of the Assistant Secretary for Planning and Evaluation, in …

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New research demonstrates the power of quality in CAP Tulsa’s program

A new Georgetown University study found that low-income children participating in CAP Tulsa’s  Head Start-funded early childhood education program scored higher on state math tests and were significantly less likely to repeat a grade or be chronically absent from school. In addition, overall positive effects from the program persist into middle school. Key elements contributing to the program’s success …

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