Parents Plus was established in 1995 as a statewide Parent Information and Resource Center (PIRC) to bring parental education and assistance to families and promote stronger school-family partnerships as a means to increase the academic achievement of Wisconsin's children.
In August of 2005, Parents Plus became a 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization that receives government and foundation grants.
v Families are the foundation of a strong and healthy community and have the right and ability to make informed decisions.
v Children have the greatest chance for positive outcomes when families remain intact and both parents are involved.
v Parents are their child's first and most significant teacher and family involvement in education begins at birth and continues through adulthood.
v Programs and services will be of the highest standards of quality and will be provided in a culturally respectful and competent manner.
v Employees will maintain the highest standard of ethics and professionalism and will respect the inherent worth and dignity of others.
v Everyone deserves the same opportunities to succeed.
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“I learned the importance of being more involved as kids get older – not less.”
-Partners in Education training participant
“I will be as involved in my children’s education as possible.”
“Parents Plus Inc. has been an invaluable partner in helping us to grow our Parents as Teachers program and has provided so many great resources in professional development and technical assistance for our staff.”
-Staci Hansen-Sontoski, Family Support Programs Manager
La Causa FRC
"The National Center for PAT is honored to work with Parents Plus, Inc. Their professionalism & strong commitment to bettering the lives of children & families is commendable, as is the collaborative spirit with which they operate."
-Susan S. Stepleton, President & CEO National Center for PAT
"Parents Plus contributions are valuable insights on what parents need to be successful. PPI clearly understands that children grow up in families & families live in communities & it is imperative that we consider this construct when developing systems of support."
-Therese Ahlers, MS, MPA
Director, WI Alliance for Infant Mental Health
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