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Why Early Education

Change the beginning, and you change everything.

Change the beginning, and you change everything.

For 58 years, Pathways Early Education Center has championed quality early learning and care programs so that children in Immokalee have an equitable opportunity to thrive.

For 58 years, Pathways Early Education Center has championed quality early learning and care programs so that children in Immokalee have an equitable opportunity to thrive.

The opportunity gap is measurable as early as nine months of age.

The opportunity gap is measurable as early as nine months of age.

On average, children from under-resourced communities enter kindergarten 18 months behind their more advantaged peers; no school system can remediate this gap on a large scale.

On average, children from under-resourced communities enter kindergarten 18 months behind their more advantaged peers; no school system can remediate this gap on a large scale.

We take a whole child approach.

We take a whole child approach.

By developing a whole child model that is responsive to the unique needs of every child, we tackle the cycles of inequity that exist today, creating lifelong learners who are equipped to fulfill their vision of success in and out of the classroom.

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GET TO KNOW US.

We are a group of passionate people dedicated to providing exceptional early learning and care programs to our youngest learners.

IT TAKES A VILLAGE.

We could’nt do this work alone. In addition to our generous donors and volunteers, we utilize a vast network of community partners.

Why They Give

“For over half a century Pathways Early Education Center of Immokalee has been serving the youth of Immokalee. It is because of their long-standing work and dedication that so many are proud to call Immokalee home.”

Jamie Weisinger, Lipman Farms

“Pathways Early Education Center of Immokalee is critical in our area. They foster our most important resource, our children. through childcare, education, literacy and school readiness programs. Pathways engages children in learning opportunities and encourage parent and family participation. They truly are an asset to our community here in Immokalee.”

Bill McDaniel, Collier County Commissioner District 5

WILL TODAY BE THE DAY YOU CHANGE A FUTURE?

Help us change the path for a young learner.

Help us change the path for a young learner.

When you invest in early education, you prepare a child to reach their full potential.

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