The P-20 concept is a way of thinking and acting that promotes systematic aligning of multiple education, health, and social support resources to best advance human capital development from prenatal through post-secondary and employment, and on to sustained lifelong well-being. Building upon work of the Tulsa Alliance for Families initiative organized through the Metropolitan Human Services Commission (MHSC) in the mid 1990’s, the Community Service Council and MHSC facilitated creation of the Tulsa County P-20 Council in early 2010. Today, our focus remains on assuring successful transitions at critical points along the developmental growth pathway.
Provide a leadership vehicle for convening key community partners for collaborative planning and action that advances human development, pre-natal through employment, and on to sustained, ongoing learning and development.
Effectively linking education with an array of other resources and sectors supporting individuals as they move through the developmental pipeline, assuring accountability for specific desired improvements
City of Tulsa, Community Action Project, Metropolitan Human Services Commission, Northeastern State University, Oklahoma Department of Human Services, Oklahoma State University, Owasso Public Schools, Sand Springs Public Schools, The University of Tulsa, Tulsa Area United Way, Tulsa Community College, Tulsa Community Foundation, Tulsa Health Department, Tulsa Metro Chamber, Tulsa Public Schools, Tulsa Technology Center, Union Public Schools, University of Oklahoma-Tulsa, Workforce Tulsa