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Cross Cultural Family Center Cross Cultural Family Center was established in 1969 to continue the efforts of a demonstration project called Nurseries in Cross Cultural Education. The nursery schools provided an opportunity for a diverse group of families to join together and work cooperatively in addressing the developmental and educational needs of their children. When funds for this five-year project ended, the families and staff wished to continue their involvement in such a program, and so Cross Cultural Family Center was created. The mission of CCFC is to provide child care services in cross cultural settings. It includes a commitment to high quality, community based, and developmentally appropriate early care and education services. It further includes recognition of the significant role of family and community in promoting positive development of young children. Our goal is to maximize the positive potential of the diversity among our children, their families, our staff, and the communities in which we live. Today, CCFC serves over 200 families in six childcare centers throughout San Francisco. We continue to foster safe and healthy community environments for children and their families. All families are welcome in our programs,regardless of race, ethnicity, religion, sexual orientation, or disability.

The Results High Parent Satisfaction and Improved Employment for Parents

100% of CCFC parents feel that their child is safe & happy in CCFC’s program.

Percentage of parents who said that their child's enrollment in CCFC has made it easier to: 90%

79%

80% 70%

67%

66% 54%

60% 50% 40%

30% 20% 10% 0% Accept a job

Keep a job

Accept a better job Attend educational or training program


The Results High quality preschool experiences for children

Average CLASS Scores for CCFC and CCFC - Vis Valley (taken from 10 CLASS Assessments conducted in May & June 2013) 6.6

7

6.5

5.7

6

5.6

5 CCFC

4

CCFC -Vis Valley 3

2.3

2.3

2 1 0 Emotional Support

Classroom Organization

Instructional Support

Collaboration with PFA helps increase access to preschool experiences for children in need.

Total Enrollments and No. of Low Income Children in 201213 at CCFC 300 250 131

200

Low Income 90

150

Total

- 83% of all children who attended a CCFC preschool site were low income. - 96% of all children who attended a CCFC-Vis Valley preschool site were low income.

100 137

50

109

0 CCFC-Vis Valley

Funding Types at Cross Cultural Family Center

70

61

60 60

CCFC

51

*

50 40 30

CCFC-Vis Valley 23

CCFC

20

20 10

2

6

3

0 PFA/CSPP Full CSPP Full Day PFA 9 Month Day

Tuition

MORE THAN HALF (55%) of all enrollments at CCFC were supported by PFA funding.


Cross Cultural Family Center: The Year in Review