A Technical Assistance Center for School, Family and Community Partnerships
Training Preschool and K-12 Educators and Parent Leaders in California and Serving Program Improvement Schools and Districts Across the Nation.
The California Parent Center (CPC) is a project of the San Diego State University Research Foundation.
Originally established in 1999 as a federally funded Parent Information and Resource Center (PIRC), the CPC has functioned as a statewide Technical Assistance Center for School-Family-Community Partnerships since 2004.
The CPC has provided regional trainings across California focused on assisting educators and parent leaders from preschool through high school to work in partnership to improve academic outcomes for students, especially in Program Improvement districts and schools.
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