1009 Broadway 2nd Floor
Brooklyn, NY 11221
Founded on January 28, 2002, incorporated on October 13, 2005, began working with young children and their families to break the cycle of illiteracy and poverty.
CCFS developed a strategic plan, then to ensure its best-practice programs were operating as planned, CCFS was in the vanguard of nonprofits that began carefully evaluating and tracking the results of their work.
Over the years, the agency introduced several cutting edge efforts: in 2006, The Teach One Reach All HeadStart/Universal pre-kindergarten program; also in 2006, the After School Mentoring Program, which combines homework, and tutoring with nationally recognized, research –based curricula designed to enhance literacy skills and increase student engagement and motivation and motivation around literacy learning.
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