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Education Acuerdo

About Acuerdos

The Latino Policy Forum has developed a concept to build the policy making and advocacy capacity of Latino organizations and leaders called Acuerdos. (Acuerdo is a Spanish word meaning mutual understanding, agreement, or accord.) Acuerdos have one fundamental and important function: to work together to develop and execute priorities and a common agenda. We do this by making sure that information, policy, and advocacy on specific issues represent the Latino perspective and its community needs.

Acuerdos add value by:

Members of the Education Acuerdo

Carole Robertson Center for Learning*
Casa Central
Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Chicago*
Centro Romero
Chicago Commons*
Christopher House*
Concordia Place*
El Hogar del Niño*
El Valor
Enlace Chicago
Erie Neighborhood House*
Family Focus Nuestra Familia
Gads Hill Center*
Metropolitan Family Services
Onward Neighborhood House*
Palenque LSNA (formerly Logan Square Neighborhood Association)

*National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC) accredited 

For more information on the Education Acuerdo, contact Rebecca Vonderlack-Navarro.