NC Child Treatment Program Accepts Applications for Learning Collaborative

The North Carolina Child Treatment Program (NC CTP) is accepting applications for an 18-month Learning Collaborative in Child-Parent Psychotherapy (CPP) aimed at implementing and sustaining CPP in agencies and communities by clinicians and senior leaders. The primary goal of CPP…

Latest NC Rankings for Pre-K Access, Funding, and Quality

According to the 2018 State of Preschool Report released by the National Institute of Early Education Research (NIEER), North Carolina has increased state preschool funding and enrollment and remained about the same in terms of quality. NC has provided state-funded…

New Case Studies Illustrate Appeal of Local Financing for Early Learning

Three new case studies about local financing for early learning have been added to the NCECF Local Funding for Early Learning:  A North Carolina Community Toolkit. The case studies document local financing initiatives in Mecklenburg County, NC; Cuyahoga County, Ohio;…

Pitt County Joins NC Campaign for Grade-Level Reading

Community Leaders, Agencies Commit to Boosting Early Literacy Greenville, NC (April 10, 2019) – Pitt County is taking a big step toward improving student success by joining the national Campaign for Grade-Level Reading (GLR Campaign), a collaborative effort to improve…

What’s Next for Pathways to Grade-Level Reading?

Pathways believes we can accomplish more for young children and families together than any of us can do alone. Since 2015, together, we have co-created shared cross-sector, birth-through-age-eight measures of children’s success, agreed on priorities to focus on first, and…

Summer’s Almost Here – Are You Ready for Summer Learning Week?

Over the summer students can lose academic gains made during the school year, and research shows that summer learning losses can accumulate each year, influencing reading proficiency.  While students tend to progress at the same rate during the school year,…