Audio file of NCECF presenting the Pathways process and Action Framework to the NC State Board of Education in February 2019.
NCECF presented the keynote address at the Rockingham County Eggs and Issues Elected Officials Breakfast on February 8th, 2019.
NCECF presented to the State Board of Education on the importance of focusing on the birth-through-age-eight period as a time of rapid brain development, the Pathways to Grade-Level Reading process, the importance of using a racial equity lens, and the recommendations in the Action Framework.
Hundreds of North Carolina leaders have worked across sectors, geography, and the political aisle to co-create a blueprint for North Carolina to improve a key developmental milestone for young children—reading on grade-level by the end of third grade. The NC Pathways to Grade-Level Reading Action framework outlines expectations for the state’s child and family serving systems and actions to support children’s social-emotional health, ensure high quality birth-through-age-eight early learning environments, and create the conditions for every child to be in school every day.
RFP for Data Analyst and Evaluation Consultant for 2019.
RFP for Preschool Development Grant Project Manager and Facilitator for 2019.
RFP for Racial Equity Consultant for 2019.
NCECF presented on the Pathways model at the 2019 Public Health Leaders' Conference in Raleigh.
Infographic showing goal of NC CEOs of 75 percent enrollment of all eligible children.
A one-page overview that explains why the data confirm that “waiting lists” maintained by only some North Carolina counties are not an accurate measure of demand and need for the NC Pre-K program.