State of Babies Yearbook 2020: Using Data to Inform State Infant-Toddler Policies
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On August 20, ZERO TO THREE hosted the webinar State of Babies Yearbook 2020: Using Data to Inform State Infant-Toddler Policies. This webinar provided an overview of ZERO TO THREE’s State of Babies Yearbook: 2020 for state policy decision-makers and advocates, highlighting how they can use state data to guide their work. Presenters from North Carolina and Minnesota shared their experiences using infant-toddler data, including the Yearbook, to guide policy and advocacy in their states. The webinar featured:
- Myra Jones Taylor, Chief Policy Officer, ZERO TO THREE
- Michele Rivest, Policy Director, North Carolina Early Education Coalition
- Laura LaCroix-Dalluhn, Project Coordinator, Minnesota Prenatal to Three Coalition
The State of Babies Yearbook: 2020 provides national and state-by-state data on the well-being of infants and toddlers. The current state of babies tells an important story about what it is like to be a very young child in this country, and where we are headed as a nation. By nearly every measure, children living in poverty and children of color face the biggest obstacles, such as low birthweight, unstable housing, and limited access to quality child care.
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