After endorsing the work of the Data Action Team, Pathways Partners launched Learning Teams to review the North Carolina data behind the Measures of Success. Learning Teams identified gaps in data availability, made sense of trends, highlighted inequities among different child populations (i.e., by race/ethnicity or socioeconomic status), lifted up patterns and connections, and made a recommendation for which areas to move to action on first. There were three Learning Teams: 1) Health and Development on Track Beginning at Birth, 2) Supported and Supportive Families and Communities, and 3) High Quality Birth-to-Eight Learning Environments with Regular Attendance. Each Learning Team comprised content experts, data experts, and policy thinkers. The teams met individually three times, then held a final meeting together, to recommend measures to act on first.

Learning Teams Evaluation

Learnings Team Job Description

Learnings Team Co-Chairs and Members

Learning Team Meeting Materials