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Page 4 MPN 20142015 Impact Report Goal 1 Children Are Prepared for School MPNs pipeline begins with early learning given the overwhelming research that demonstrates the importance of early education if children are to enter school ready to learn. A strong healthy start is the most important thing we can do for our children. Need There are 2500 children ages 05 living and attending early-learning programs in the Mission. Most begin with a healthy start 72 percent of Mission children ages 05 have a medical home 64 percent of parents read to their children at least three times per week and 46 percent of them are at age-appropriate functioning by kindergarten. According to the MPN survey only 30 percent of low-income Mission children are in a formal child care setting. Impact 93 percent of the 245 MPN children ages 05 who have a medical home through Mission Neighborhood Health Centers are up to date on their vaccinations. MPN Family Success Coaches have helped 114 families apply to the Childrens Council San Francisco Child Care Connection SF3C for subsidized child care. Over 1000 MPN children ages 05 have access to high-quality childrens books through Tandem Partners in Early Learning. As a result 95 percent of families have increased the frequency or duration of time spent reading with their children. Mission Promise Neighborhood Holiday Book Giveaway December 2015. Despite challenges 4-year-olds who attend preschool at Mission Neighborhood Centers Felton Institute and Good Samaritan see greater gains in development from fall to spring. Data displays percentage of 4-year-olds at Top 2 Developmental levels on DRDP-PS averaged across all domains. Data sourced from First5s Presentation ECE Program Quality and Child Outcomes 2015. 27 58 85 84 Fall 2014 MPN Partner Preschools Spring 2015 Other Preschools