Since 1999, the Nebraska Extension co-parenting class has supported over 18,000 parents and counting. In turn, these parents have cared for over 42,000 children in every county in Nebraska through our parenting education course.
Co-parenting for Successful Kids is committed to helping parents help their children. We found significant changes in participants' knowledge of cooperative co-parenting concepts from before the program to after the program.
Co-parenting for Successful Kids curriculum was initially developed by the University of Nebraska – Lincoln. Nebraska Extension Educator recognized a lack of parenting education in their county specific to parents in the process of divorce, custody modification, or separation. This program began its implementation began its humble beginnings at the county level, to full implementation at the state, and is now implemented nationally in partnership with other cooperative Extension universities who collaborate closely with Nebraska Extension to implement the Co-parenting for Successful Kids curriculum in their state. If you are interested in learning more about how to become a partner and offer Co-parenting for Successful Kids in your state please contact Linda Reddish at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Co-Parenting for Successful Kids Coordinator
Linda is responsible for the overall leadership and implementation of the co-parenting program at the state and national level. Linda is available to answer any questions regarding Co-parenting for Successful kids or to interest delivering Co-parenting for Successful Kids in your state.
Co-parenting for Successful Kids Office and Marketing Associate
Kim is responsible for the day to day operations of the co-parenting program at the state and national level. Kim is available to respond to customer questions, emails, and issues with the course.
Jeong-Kyun (Evan) Choi
Associate Professor and Early Childhood Extension Specialist
Dr. Choi is responsible for the overall evaluation of the program. Dr. Choi is available to answer any questions or interest regarding the program’s research studies.
The Learning Child Team
Co-parenting for Successful Kids is supported by multiple Extension Educators across Nebraska. To learn more regarding The Learning Child team and the different parent education classes, child care training, and online professional development opportunities offered visit https://child.unl.edu/View Learning Child Accountability Regions
Multi State Approach
Through our collaboration across 3 states, nearly 26,000 parents and their children have benefitted from the co-parenting program. Additional states mandate co-parenting education for divorced and separated couples, the value of Extension is its ability to meet the unique needs of its own participating state. Learn more about how Oklahoma and Indiana are meeting their states co-parenting education below.