Learning Together Has a New Brand and Website

A screenshot of Learning Together's new website, logo, and home page, with the words "We have Rebranded" below.

As we set the standard for equity and inclusion in early education, we needed a brand that emboldens our mission, vision, and values. For 50+ years, Learning Together has helped children thrive in an educational system that is systemically biased against disability, race, ethnicity, and socio-economic status.

We want our brand to stand out, and we want people to recognize we are more than just a school. Our new logo represents the “Building Blocks” we layer through evidence-based curricula, educational approaches, onsite therapies, family advocacy, and systems-change strategies.

It also provides a modernized look as we build a strong academic infrastructure that supports a community of families, organizations, and businesses advocating for inclusive and equitable education.

As a 5-star certified Developmental Day Center (DDC), our lead teachers are Birth-Kindergarten licensed, our classrooms have smaller student-teacher ratios, and our play-based curricula is reinforced with social-emotional learning to strengthen a child’s academic, compassion, and adaptability to differentiated learning styles.

Beyond the center, families receive support through intake screenings, home visits, family-school partnership days, outreach events, parenting workshops, partner resources, and referrals. Our Family Advocacy program supports anyone from our community without the stipulation of applying or being enrolled in our school. Our newest program provides families with the training and resources needed to support and advocate for their children’s educational journey.

Even further, our systems change work prioritizes families’ lived experiences, and aims to address the growing need for equitable and inclusive services among underserved families. As a DDC we offer a unique set of services that other early education programs do not. Our services are built to address disparities compounded by an overwhelmed system, with the belief that a societal investment in equity, inclusion, and accessibility for all children starts at one of the earliest points of academic intervention.

As we continue to update our new website, we invite you to learn more about Our Approach, Our Programs, Our History, Our Partners, and Ways to Give that includes a new legacy campaign!