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MCEC by the Numbers - What they have accomplished from the beginning!

11/23/2013 Published by: Suzanne

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Categories: Moving to a New School, Your Child's Ages & Stages, Student 2 Student Programs Worldwide, Transition to College, Special Topics

If you saw our blog entry “MCEC Programs and Trainings . . . For the Sake of the Child!” dated November 2, 2013, you learned about the many resources that the Military Child Education Coalition® (MCEC®) has worked to provide for military-connected students, parents and the professionals who work with them.  Listed below is a tally of just how many of these programs and trainings the MCEC® has supported over the years . . .

823
Professional development institutes

23,162
Attendees at the professional development institutes

11,259
Parent to Parent workshops

149,936
Attendees at Parent to Parent workshops

332
Student 2 Student programs

357
Junior Student 2 Student programs

318
“Tell Me a Story”events

36,803
“Tell Me a Story” and “Tell Me a Story - for young children” attendees

and counting!

These are cumulative counts, beginning with an individual program's start date and updated monthly.  Learn more about the programs listed above and see updated statistics by visiting the MCEC® website.

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