Knowledge and Skills for Stronger Families.
Parent University offered a variety of opportunities, including courses, training, and family events to help parents ensure their children’s success.
The concept of Parent University launched in the 1980s to provide greater opportunities for parent involvement in Kindergarten through 12th-grade schools. Parent Universities have become a promising nationwide program to help families develop knowledge and skills that enable them to be proactive in their children’s learning and growth.
Parent University with Partners in Education & Toledo Public Schools
Parent University was launched in 2015 by Toledo Public Schools through Partners In Education. Our goal was to inform and empower parents and help schools and the community form stronger bonds that lead to student success and happy, healthy families. Free classes, resources, events and workshops for parents continued through the 2020 school year.
In the fall of 2020 , Parent University officially became part of Toledo Public Schools and is no longer facilitated through Partners in Education.
Please contact Alina Rodriguez at [email protected] for information about parent opportunities and resources.
For Partners in Education’s parent resources, please visit our Parent Resource Page.
Toledo Public Schools
YWCA Northwest Ohio
The YWCA of Northwest Ohio works to eliminate racism and empower women. They provide safe places for women and girls, build strong women leaders, and advocate for women’s rights and civil rights in Congress.
We collaborate with YWCA on learning opportunities for parents with young children.
Toledo-Lucas County Public Library
The Toledo Lucas County Public Library provides information, education and technology to help the community live, learn and grow.
TLCPL partners with Parent University to provide programming for parents through the Triple P program as well as programs for nonprofit parent and booster groups. Thank you TLCPL!
Metroparks of the Toledo Area
The mission of Metroparks Toledo is to conserve the region’s natural resources by creating, developing, improving, protecting, and promoting clean, safe, and natural parks and open spaces for the benefit, enjoyment, education, and general welfare of the public.