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A Place to Get Started: Innovation in State Infant and Toddler Policies

Download Files Mar 6, 2016

This policy brief developed by the ZERO TO THREE Policy Center describes eight strategies that policymakers can consider as they determine how to get started with developing infant-toddler policies, including examples of states currently implementing each of the strategies.

As public awareness of the importance of the earliest years grows, states are considering many possible ways to improve and better coordinate services for infants and toddlers and their families. Download the PDF to find our solutions.

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