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Family, Friend, and Neighbor (FFN) Providers Advancing School Outcomes.

PASO is an acronym for Providers Advancing School Outcomes. This program was developed in 2006 as a result of a survey that was conducted in Boulder County on informal childcare providers.  The purpose of the PASO Program is to promote school readiness to Latino children, birth to 5 years and to prevent the achievement gap before they enter Kindergarten.   Currently, there are Five Cohorts of 20 FFN (Family, Friend, and Neighbor) PASO Providers.  Please join Richard Garcia, Executive Director of the Statewide Parent Coalition, and Valerie Gonzales, PASO Program Coordinator and current Buell Fellow, to discuss the role this program is playing in advancing the field of Early Childhood in serving all young children.  The show will be hosted by Sofia Esteve-Sychla, a Buell Fellow Alumnus and FFN advocate.

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