Where We Work
Alabama Partnership for Children
Alabama Partnership for Children: Talk With Me Baby/BCBS
Alabama Partnership for Children - Jacksonville State
Alabama Partnership for Children - Auburn University
Alabama Partnership for Children - AITN University of Alabama
Alaska SEED (System for Early Education Development)
Arizona Early Childhood Workforce Registry
- Georgia Department of Education
- Dept. of Early Care and Learning - Bilingual Rising Pre-K Summer Transition Program
- Growing Readers
- Ansley School
- Atlanta Children's Shelter
- Atlanta Technical College
- DeKalb County Early Learning Center
- East Lake Foundation
(East Lake Early Learning Academy & Drew Charter School Cox Pre - K)
- Early Childhood Champions Award
- Haralson County
- Atlanta Public Schools Pre-K - 3rd
- Marietta City Schools K-3
- KIPP Metro Atlanta Schools K-4
- Sheltering Arms
- YMCA of Metro Atlanta
- Talk With Me Baby at Grady Hospital
- Georgia Early Education Alliance for Ready Students (GEEARS) & Promise All Atlanta Children Thrive (PAACT)
- Whiteford Academy
- LJFA Marietta Birth to 5 Network
Maryland DOE, Division of Early Childhood
Mississippi State Department of Health
Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education
Bozeman School District
The New York State Education Department (CTLE)
Ohio Dept. of Education, Early Learning
Cox Campus Reach
Cox Campus is serving Members in all 50 States!
The Center for Effective Reading Instruction
Teach For America
National Workforce Alliance
Teaching Strategies - Creative Curriculum
Cox Campus is serving Members in 150+ countries
United Way of Jamaica & the Ministry of Education and Youth
Reading Belongs to All of Us!
Explicit teaching of alphabetic decoding skills is...
helpful for all children,
harmful for none,
and crucial for some.
Catherine Snow (Harvard) & Connie Juel (Stanford)
of families report they're confident language partners after engaging with Talk With Me Baby
of Pre-K students are kindergarten-ready when the elements of a language-centered ecosystem are achieved.
of teachers improved their language-centered ecosystem with training on Cox Campus.
Learn How Other Leaders Are
Using the Cox Campus
“As both superintendent and a parent in Marietta City Schools (MCS), I am grateful for the long-standing partnership between our district and the Rollins Center. Educators have continued to gain clarity and insight about the critically important role of literacy in a child’s development and trajectory toward success in school and life.”
Dr. Grant Rivera
Marietta City Schools
"I have had the privilege of observing numerous programs in healthcare, early education, and child welfare settings around the country, and partnering with dozens of others. Talk With Me Baby, strategically implemented, brilliantly builds on the science of organizational change processes. In fact, it’s exemplary."
Dr. Joshua Sparrow
Brazelton Touchpoints Center
"Literacy and Justice for All is a movement. It will take our leaders, coaches, teachers, our students and the community – the whole building. We must have a culture of co-ownership; everyone is a co-creator in this process."
Dr. Lisa Herring
Atlanta Public Schools
"The content on Cox Campus addresses a need that educators across the state have identified as an area for growth – reading instruction. The courses are organized in a way where pre-service and expert teachers can access information that enhances their pedagogical practices in reading instruction."
Content Integration Specialist
Georgia Department of Education