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  •  Breast Cancer Awareness Month

    10.07.2022, Friday

    October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Join Durham’s Partnership for Children as we observe this annual campaign to raise awareness about the impact of breast cancer. Learn More

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  • Register to Vote Online

    09.30.2022, Friday

    Durham’s Partnership for Children wants to remind you to register to vote. Below are some helpful tips to keep in mind if you still need to register to vote. To

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  • Hispanic Heritage Month 2022

    09.23.2022, Friday

    The National Council of Hispanic Employment Program Managers (NCHEPM), announced the 2022 Hispanic Heritage Month observance theme: “Unidos: Inclusivity for a Stronger Nation” The theme invites us to celebrate Hispanic

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  • Meet Dr. Danielle Johnson

    09.16.2022, Friday

    Durham’s Partnership for Children’s, Executive Director Dr. Danielle Johnson recently defended her dissertation and will be graduating with her EdD from UNCW Watson College of Education in December. Her research

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  • National Day of Service  

    09.09.2022, Friday

    The 9/11 Day of Service is Sunday, Sept. 11. Durham’s Partnership for Children encourages you and our partners to engage in service on this day and the days surrounding. Stay posted

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  • Take Care of Yourself: Ideas for Family Child Care Providers 

    09.02.2022, Friday

    Family Child Care Providers face a unique situation: as they work where they live. Durham’s Partnership for Children is committed to supporting our home-based childcare programs as well has providing

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  • Guiding Your Childs Behavior

    08.26.2022, Friday

    As preschoolers head back to school they are learning by watching everyone around them, especially their parents.  They need supportive, understanding adult guidance and teaching to help them learn and

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  • Trauma Sensitive Classrooms

    08.19.2022, Friday

    A significant number of children experience trauma, and the effects can be profound. It is important that children enter an educational setting that is safe and trauma sensitive where the

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  • Five Resources to Foster Early Math Learning

    08.12.2022, Friday

    Math is one of my favorite subjects to teach as a licensed North Carolina educator and former math teacher. The question I used to get from parents all the time

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  • How to choose GOOD books for your child

    08.05.2022, Friday

    As your child grows, great book recommendations will help them become passionate about reading and promote school success by developing vocabulary, writing, comprehension, and study skills. Durham’s partnership for children

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