Connecting Parents to Educational Opportunities (CPEO)
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Connecting Parents to Educational Opportunities (CPEO)

Connecting Parents to Educational Opportunities (CPEO)

Program overview:

CPEO is a program designed for parents that brings schools, parents, and the community together as equal partners in the education of students. CPEO provides a framework for the creation of a community in which parents and teachers collaborate to transform students’ educational environment, both at home and at school, so that all students can achieve their greatest academic potential.

Program Specifics:

  • Program runs for a total of 7 weeks with classes occuring one evening each week. Dinner and childcare are provided. 
  • Available for parents of students in the elementary, middle, and high school age ranges.
  • Program instruction is available in English, Hmong, Spanish, and Somali. Parents are taught in the language of their choice and the facilitators of the program are ethnic and language specific.
  • Additional CPEO Program available for Native American Families.

If you are interested in having CPEO at your school, click here for more information. 

CPEO Curriculum Highlights

Learn more about what CPEO instruction looks like.