Common Vision, Different Paths
This report reveals lessons learned from five states’ unique journeys toward such prenatal-to-five systems and identifies four cornerstones that have helped states succeed in this work.
This joint report from ZERO TO THREE and Pre-K Now articulates a common vision for early childhood systems in which programs work effectively with each other to provide high-quality early learning and comprehensive services. The report reveals lessons learned from five states’ unique journeys toward such prenatal-to-five systems and identifies four cornerstones that have helped states succeed in this work. Advocates and policymakers will also find guidance on building on the momentum around individual programs for the larger push toward a system that works for all young children and families.
You might also be interested in
The federal American Rescue Plan Act provides critical and unprecedented opportunities for states to support infants and toddlers and their families.
On December 27th, the President signed into law the Consolidated Appropriations Act that included a COVID-19 relief package in addition to final FY2021 appropriations and tax measures. The Act includ…
Colorado legislators passed several important measures during their late, but productive, session which concluded last week.
As states across the nation make difficult decisions about how to move forward, the outlook is grim. Without the federal aid mentioned above, the hits to state budgets will be severe and long lasting…