Read PLN President and CEO Martine Singer’s latest blog on The Huffington Post
Martine Singer President and CEO, Para Los Niños Posted: 02/11/2014 4:37 pm Click here to read the blog on The Huffington Post website. Will California Continue to Lead the Way in Funding for Vulnerable Kids? Despite a steady stream of very pessimistic reports about California's most vulnerable children, there's some good news:...... More>>
Introducing our 2012-2013 Annual Report.
Thank you for taking the time to read our Annual Report. The report focuses on our continued success in closing the achievement gap for children living in poverty. Your financial support allows us to provide high-quality education and integrated services for at-risk children and their families. Click here to view the 2012-2013 Annual Report.... More>>
Buses are their Route to a Brighter Future
It's a grueling 15-hour day for Carmen Mendoza and her children as they leave home before dawn and trek to far-flung schools and work. But they expect a payoff someday.
By Steve Lopez December 17, 2013 It is 5:35 a.m. "Let's go," Carmen says to Andy, 14, and Nicole,11, as they head up the street toward their Florence Avenue bus stop, all of them wearing backpacks. On weekdays, Carmen Mendoza does not see the sun in her Bell Gardens neighborhood. She's out the door with her two kids before dawn,...... More>>
Thank You to our Sponsors & Supporters
Over 300 children and their parents gathered at the new Para Los Niños Charter Middle School, at 8th & Stanford to engage in over 15 interactive activities, each hosted by a local business, community group or donor. The activities included the STEM for Sports broadcast booth from Time Warner Cable, street hockey with the LA KINGS Ice...... More>>
New Skid Row Campus Partners Para Los Niños Charter and LAUSD School
By Martine Singer President and CEO, Para Los Niños Click here to read the blog on The Huffington Post. If you live in LA -- or if you're even vaguely interested in education -- you were probably on pins and needles on Oct. 29, when the fate of LA Unified School Supt. John Deasy was debated in a five-hour, closed-door Board of...... More>>