Parents as Teachers promotes the optimal early development, learning and health of young children by supporting and engaging their parents and caregivers. We provide an evidence-based, research-informed home visiting model and are a center for innovation in promising practices and flexible, adaptive designs.

Parents as Teachers 2015-2016 Annual Report

We are pleased to share the 2015-2016 Parents as Teachers Annual Report. This year’s document contains a thorough recap of the previous fiscal year, including updates on our programs across the country and around the world. 



What You Do Matters is a six-week series that combines short parent-educator discussions followed by parent-child interaction. Each one-hour session focuses on a different topic and parents have the opportunity share experiences, ask questions, and try out activities.

What You Do Matters features five posters for parent-child interaction, printed in English and Spanish. The kit also includes a USB drive containing a supply list, facilitation guides and slides, professional resources, and parent handouts.

News from the Parents as Teachers Family

Thanks to our Sponsors of the 2016 Parents as Teachers National Conference!

The 2016 Parents as Teachers Conference came home to the national headquarters in St. Louis, Missouri! The 2016 conference focused on strengthening our programs
through knowledge and leaving a positive legacy for tomorrow.


Explore the different curricula and training options available such as the Parents as Teachers Model for affiliates, the Foundational Curriculum and Training for affiliates and approved users, and à la carte Knowledge Studio products.

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