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Developing Child and Family
- Developing Child And Family - Overview
- Developing Child And Family - Bright Beginnings
- Developing Child And Family - Personal Best
- Developing Child And Family - Competent Kids, Caring Communities
- Developing Child And Family - Parent Education Network
- Developing Child And Family - Training
- Developing Child And Family - Staff
Competent Kids, Caring Communities:
Bringing schools and families together to support children’s success
What is Competent Kids, Caring Communities (CKCC)?
Competent Kids, Caring Communities (CKCC) is an exciting program that helps schools build a strong social and emotional support system for student learning. The program provides schools with two essential ingredients for academic success: tools to teach social emotional competencies and strategies to involve parents directly in their children's learning.
How does Competent Kids, Caring Communities help educators?
It provides them with the tools to:
CKCC is a multi-level, evidence based intervention that complies with Response to Intervention (RTI) standards of high quality and cultural and linguistic responsiveness. It can be used as a primary preventive program, as well as an intervention technique at the secondary and tertiary levels.
How does CKCC work with schools?
CKCC will work with your school to assess strengths and challenges, develop strategic plans to enhance strengths and work on challenges and provide relevant tools, training and consultation to school staff. CKCC is flexible and can be adapted to your school’s needs. CKCC also includes a Principals’ Connection which supports school administrators at multiple levels.
Competent Kids, Caring Communities (CKCC) Staff
Dr. Zina Rutkin, Director
Tynisha Wynder, CKCC Coordinator
Dr. Fran Schwartz, Family-School Consultant
Irma Marzan, Principals’ Connection Coordinator
To find out how to bring CKCC to your school, click here or call 212 879-4900, ext 330.
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