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Jill & Phil Dixon began researching preschool options for their two children and were shocked to realize Early Childhood Education is both costly and not an opportunity that is afforded to all children.  As they continued their search, it became clear that there were tens of thousands of children in the State of Massachusetts alone who were unable to attend preschool. Read their full story.

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IMPACT - LOTS OF IT, WE CAN PROVE IT

Since 2015, Taly has aimed to disrupt the accepted early childhood education system. In a short amount of time, we’ve seen big results. Taly’s impact is measured not just by how many children attend preschool, but by how all the players – kids, parents, teachers, and preschool administrators – emerge empowered and on a path to future success.

ALL SHIPS RISE TOGETHER

We believe in a

two-generation model.

Meet Nicholas and his family: In 2015, Nicholas was among Taly’s first-ever group of students to receive scholarships for preschool. Once Nicholas was in a full-day, year-round preschool program, both of his parents were able to work and have since started their own business. Now,  Nicholas is thriving in elementary school and his parents’ business is doing so well that within three years of him entering the Taly program, they are able to pay it forward to help fund another child’s preschool experience.

Here's what Nicholas’ mom has to say about her family's Taly experience:

“Taly has made such a difference in our family’s life! Taly gave us the opportunity to do something better and changed our life, and for that we will be forever thankful!”

~ Nicholas' mom