State Evaluation of All Students Achieve--Parent Involvement and Education (ASAP-PIE) Program

Principal Investigator:
Laurie Van Egeren

Assistant Provost for University-Community Partnerships
Acting Director, Michigan State University Museum
Adjunct Faculty, Department of Human Development and Family Studies

Principal Investigator:
Hiram Fitzgerald

Principal Investigator:
Marguerite Barratt

The All Students Achieve--Parent Involvement and Education Program (ASAP-PIE) was a statewide initiative designed to increase school readiness through home visits, parent-child play groups, parent education groups, developmental screening, and vision/hearing screening among children aged 0-5. Twenty-three intermediate school districts received funding; the evaluation assessed the implementation and outcomes resulting from the initiative. View reports

Please contact Laurie Van Egeren for more information


Additional CERC members: Celeste Sturdevant Reed; Laura Bates
Funder: Michigan Department of Education
MSU Partners: Institute for Children Youth, and Families; University Outreach and Engagement
Community Partners: Michigan Department of Education; 23 intermediate school districts