It all began by facilitating father involvement programs for head start and early head start programs, that supports school readiness goals and objectives as described in the Parent Family and Community Engagement (PFCE) framework.
Due to the statistics, the negative effects of fatherless homes, and the needs of the community.
They decided to start the DAD Project, so every child development center, school, and community center can provide services for fathers and their children.
What they learned during their 15 years of combined work experience in education and early education systems.
The fact that men will do anything for their children, they just need to be given the opportunity. D.A.D Project Programs consists of workshops, events, and training's specifically for fathers/ positive male role so they will understand the valuable role they play in supporting their children's education!
Join Kari Steele as she speaks to Donald P. Williams III the Founder / Executive Director D.A.D Project for more information!
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