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BLUE RIBBON AFFILIATES

Parents as Teachers affiliates are required to engage in the Quality Endorsement and Improvement Process in their fourth year of implementation and every five years thereafter. To earn the Quality Endorsement, affiliates must demonstrate they are meeting or exceeding the Parents as Teachers Essential Requirements, along with at least 75 of the 100 Quality Standards. Programs that earn the Quality Endorsement are recognized by the national Parents as Teachers office as exemplary Blue Ribbon Affiliates, delivering high-quality services to children and families.services to children and families.

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    BLUE RIBBON AFFILIATES

    Parents as Teachers affiliates are required to engage in the Quality Endorsement and Improvement Process in their fourth year of implementation and every five years thereafter. To earn the Quality Endorsement, affiliates must demonstrate they are meeting or exceeding the Parents as Teachers Essential Requirements, along with at least 75 of the 100 Quality Standards. Programs that earn the Quality Endorsement are recognized by the national Parents as Teachers office as exemplary Blue Ribbon Affiliates, delivering high-quality services to children and families.services to children and families.

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    Parents as Teachers affiliates are family-focused organizations which have chosen the Parents as Teachers home visiting model as one of the services they offer to families with small children.

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    Parents as Teachers National developed the Quality Endorsement Process to help ensure that children and families are receiving the highest quality services possible. In order to maintain their blue ribbon status, affiliates must continue to meet the Essential Requirements on a yearly basis.

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    You are your child's first and most influential teacher. Learning happens in the everyday moments that you share with your child.