This series focuses on the importance of strong state and community connections for developing early childhood systems that make a difference for all children. You’ll hear about some key ingredients needed to build and sustain this work, as well as lessons learned from some of the early developers.
Article July 22, 2021
Learn more about the HOPE work to ensure that each child, regardless of race, neighborhood, or family income, has equitable opportunities to achieve positive health and education outcomes. This overview looks at efforts underway in Alabama, California, Minnesota, and New Jersey.
Website June 24, 2021
Check out this website, Durham’s Partnership for Children, for information on North Carolina’s Pre-K program.
Website June 23, 2021
The American Rescue Plan, like the COVID relief bills before it, present opportunities for states to think beyond one-time aid and make transformative new investments and significant changes to state early childhood policy. This set of resources on the Alliance for Early Success website aggregates information on how states can — and are — using these crucial funds to rebuild and reimagine the way they support young children and their families.