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 Somos Mayfair announced that a $50,000 grant from the Texas Instruments Foundation will help fund model replication of the successful “En Nuestras Manos/In Our Hands” parent engagement and leadership programs in other neighborhoods across the Alum Rock Union School District.

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Somos Mayfair developed a model for parent engagement that builds on the early organizing principles of Cesar Chavez. He began his organizing efforts in San Jose,walking from the elementary school that bears his name that today is the center of Somos’ work. Chavez’s method, in his own words, was “… to set up a meeting and get each person attending to call his own house meeting, inviting new people,  a sort of chain letter effect.” In much the same way, Somos prepares members of the community to work with families in their own homes, encouraging them to engage in their child’s education by reading with their children and participating fully in the life of CesarChavez School.

Through this grant, the TI Foundation will support the goals of “En Nuestras Manos/

• Our children will enter Kindergarten fully ready for school;
• Our children will be proficient readers by the end of third grade;
• Our families will foster daily practices of good nutrition, exercise and emotional self-care.

“The TI Foundation has a long history of support for early reading and understands the importance of literacy to future success,” said Dave Heacock, a TI Foundation board member as well as Senior Vice President and Manager of Texas Instruments Silicon Valley Analog site.

The TI Foundation grant will also provide for the program evaluation and researchnecessary to replicate the process by which neighborhoods and schools train and empower community members to serve as “promotoras” and mentors to their communities, fostering even greater school involvement and academic success.


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