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Quick Look at Pathways Action Framework

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lightbulb_outline Pathways to Grade-Level Reading

Meeting Notes Early Childhood Data Advisory Council, May 2021

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lightbulb_outline Pathways to Grade-Level Reading
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PPT Presentation Early Childhood Data Advisory Council, May 2021

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Select Early Childhood Provisions from Governor’s Budget Proposal (2021-2023)

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lightbulb_outline NC Campaign for Grade-Level Reading
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lightbulb_outline Think Babies™ NC
attach_file High Quality Early Care and Education
attach_file Social-Emotional Health
attach_file Physical Health
attach_file Early Intervention
attach_file Supports for Families
attach_file Safe at Home
attach_file Regular School Attendance
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Governor Cooper's biennium budget proposal (2021-2023)

Lean In and Listen Up to Family Voices: A New Report to Strengthen Early Childhood Services

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lightbulb_outline Pathways to Grade-Level Reading
attach_file Social-Emotional Health
attach_file Research-based policies, practices and programs

The Lean In and Listen Up report, released by NCECF and NC Child, provides a window into what families need and want from North Carolina’s social-emotional health ecosystem for babies and young children. The report themes ideas, recommendations, and personal stories from more than 200 interviews and surveys with NC parents of young children. It is intended to be a guide for advocates, policymakers, clinicians, funders, and others interested in improving the systems of care that address social-emotional well-being for babies and young children, from birth to age eight.

This 30-page Overview of Findings report includes quotes from families, disaggregated where possible by race, ethnicity, income and gender. It also describes the methodology and who was interviewed and surveyed. A 6-page Executive Summary and full 120-page Family Voice report with more quotes, detailed analysis and information are also available.

Lean In and Listen Up: How can we strengthen North Carolina’s early intervention, early childhood, and mental health services? Listen to families. (Executive Summary)

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library_books Report/Fact Sheet/Issue Brief
lightbulb_outline Pathways to Grade-Level Reading
attach_file Social-Emotional Health
attach_file Research-based policies, practices and programs

This is the Executive Summary of the Lean In and Listen Up report, released by NCECF and NC Child, that provides a window into what families need and want from North Carolina’s social-emotional health ecosystem for babies and young children. It shares the themes and a few illustrative quotes from families.

The 30-page Overview of Findings report themes ideas, recommendations, and personal stories from more than 200 interviews and surveys with NC parents of young children. It is intended to be a guide for advocates, policymakers, clinicians, funders, and others interested in improving the systems of care that address social-emotional well-being for babies and young children, from birth to age eight.

A full, 120-page Family Voice report is also available with more quotes from families, detailed analysis and information.

NCECF and FFYF Presentation

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Presentation for webinar: The Need for Child Care Isn’t Going Away: Poll Results Show What Parents Want, the Impact on Families and How Public Support Can Drive Investments

Family Voice Report (full length version)

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library_books Report/Fact Sheet/Issue Brief