Since 2004, PNC Grow Up Great® has been helping children from birth through age five develop a passion for learning that lasts a lifetime. We recently announced an additional $150 million to extend the program, now a $500 million initiative!
The National Institute of Early Education Research (NIEER), with funding from PNC, conducted a study to learn about the pandemic’s impact on early childhood education. Findings will help shape decisions about early education policies, programs and resources.
PNC Grow Up Great believes in the value of early education teachers. In fact, we consider them heroes because of the positive impact they make in the lives of young children.
Through a $10 million initiative with DonorsChoose, we help pre-K and Head Start teachers obtain the resources and experiences they need to inspire students’ love of learning.
This simple and free online tool helps parents make the most of everyday interactions with their young children (birth to age 3) and empowers them with knowledge and skills to enhance their infants' and toddlers' cognitive development. The program is supported by PNC Grow Up Great and developed by the TMW Center.
PNC Grow Up Great partner, Fred Rogers Productions, shares tips from Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood on how families, parents, and caregivers can relieve children’s insecurities and fears during these stressful and challenging times.
PNC Grow Up Great partner, Sesame Workshop, launched new resources for families and children as a direct response to the coronavirus pandemic.
Looking for ways to engage young learners? Check out these arts and science lessons that can be integrated into existing curricula or done at home.
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Fred Rogers Productions
Fred Rogers Productions, producer of Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood, Peg + Cat and Odd Squad, creates a wide range of multimedia materials dedicated to young children, their families and those who support them.
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