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Little Kids, Big Questions
is a series of 12 podcasts that translates the research of early childhood development into parenting practices that mothers, fathers and other caregivers can tailor to the needs of their own child and family. Click here to listen to or download the podcasts. This podcast series is generously funded by MetLife Foundation.

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Connecting with Infant-Toddler Professionals to Advocate for Young Children and Their Families
This article explores why engaging other infant-toddler professionals in advocacy can be an effective strategy for policy change and provides practical tools and examples to help you in your efforts.

Building Relationships: Parallels between Infant-Toddler Development and the Public Policy Process
This article explores relationship-building in early childhood and in the world of policy and advocacy. With a deeper understanding of relationships and how to build them, we can be stronger advocates for babies, toddlers and their families.

Moving the Infant-Toddler Policy Agenda Forward Together: Strategies to Build Successful Coalitions
This article provides practical strategies and examples to help you build effective coalitions to improve policies for infants and toddlers in your state or community.

Partnering with the Business Community & Economists to Advance a Birth to Five Policy Agenda
This article is dedicated to discussing the positive partnerships that can be made between the business community, economists and early childhood advocates to advance a birth to five policy agenda. 

A Proven Return on Investment: Economists and the Business Community Advance a Birth to Five Agenda
This article examines the economic benefits of investing in the earliest years and provides a state example which demonstrates it in action.  It also provides tips and strategies for how states and/or communities can work with business leaders and economists to establish similar investments for infants, toddlers, and their families.

 

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