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Head Start Annual Report

CAP Tulsa specifically focuses on a two generation approach that aims not only to prepare young children for future success in school, but also their parents through programs designed to increase parenting skills, employability and earning potential. Our Head Start Annual Report shows the financial health of the organization, our level of parent involvement, as well as the scores on various teacher and child assessments.

Head Start Annual Report 2016

Georgetown Study

Researchers with Georgetown University released findings in August of 2017 that show there are positive, long-term benefits for children participating in CAP Tulsa's early childhood education program. According to the study published by Developmental Psychology, students of CAP Tulsa “produced significant positive effects on achievement test scores in math and on both grade retention and chronic absenteeism for middle-school students as a whole.”

Read an interview with Deborah Phillips, professor of psychology at Georgetown University and one of the authors of the study.

Academic Paper: Developmental Psychology