What’s the secret to giving disadvantaged kids a fighting chance? Start them young, educate them early.
Single mom Shameka Jones says an early childhood program helped her when she needed it the most.
With two young children, Jones was trying to get herself through school. Today, she credits California Hospital’s Hope Street Margolis Family Center for helping her graduate from a culinary arts program at Los Angeles Trade-Technical College.
“It’s not just a child care center…it’s an educational center, it’s a family,” she said.
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