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PBS Parents
PBS Parents is a trusted resource that`s filled with information on child development and early learning. It also serves as a parent`s window to the world of PBS KIDS programs.
PBS Kids
Games for children to play online (PC or Mac)
PBS Kids-mobile apps
This is where you can find all the apps PBS has to offer. Organized by age skill, device, show and cost.
PBS Kids-lab (games in development)
This is where PBS debuts their newest gamesincluding some that are in development in beta testing mode - and show early research results, behind-the-scenes features, and more. Be among the very first to see what`s new with beloved characters like Curious George, the Cat in the Hat, Buddy from Dinosaur Train, Sid the Science Kid and more.
Fight Crime: Invest in Kids
A national, bipartisan, nonprofit anti-crime organization of more than 5,000 police chiefs, sheriffs, prosecutors, other law enforcement leaders and violence survivors. Takes a hard nosed look at crime prevention strategies, informs the public and policymakers about those findings, and urges investment in programs proven effective by research. The organization focuses on high quality early education programs, prevention of child abuse and neglect, after-school programs for children and teens, and interventions to get troubled kids back on track.
Parent Education Network
A project of Parents Helping Parents of Wyoming, Inc a statewide non-profit parent organization whose purpose is to offer learning strategies to parents, technical assistance to schools and families to boost parental engagement, both of which ultimately increase student success.
Children`s Action Alliance
A non-profit organization with three primary purposes that directly and indirectly impact positive outcomes for children and families in Wyoming. Those outcomes are: professional development, data collection & dissemination, and active advocacy.
Wyoming Afterschool Alliance
Dedicates itself to ensuring equal access to afterschool programs for all school-aged Wyoming youth. The WYAA is a vehicle created to support and promote quality school-based and school-linked afterschool environments and programs focused upon improving positive outcomes for youth and families. The WYAA is developing a continuum of services and resources for youth, aged birth to young adult, by creating a system of strategies and key partnerships based on "like-minded" goals. The WYAA is firmly committed to implementing statewide strategies that will provide resources and benefit all communities in an effective timely manner.
National Afterschool Alliance
Organization that works to ensure that all children have access to affordable, quality afterschool programs.
National Institute on Out-of-School Time
Bridges the fields of child care, education, and youth development in order to promote programming that addresses the development of the whole child. Responding to the needs of working families and communities, NIOST focuses much of its work on under-served populations, with a strong commitment to diversity and equity. A key feature to NIOST`s work is its emphasis on using an interactive and collaborative approach to creating innovative and effective solutions to out-of-school time needs on a local, state, regional and national basis.
National Afterschool Association
Aims to be the leading voice of the afterschool profession dedicated to the development, education and care of children and youth during their out-of-school hours.
C.S. Mott Foundation
Funds the Statewide Afterschool Networksthe national network of statewide afterschool networks that brings together established statewide afterschool programs in their collective mission to build partnerships and policies that are committed to the development and sustainability of quality afterschool programs.
Guide to Parenting
Staying Safe



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