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NC Early Learning Homelessness Coordination Guidance

date_range 2020
library_books Report/Fact Sheet/Issue Brief
lightbulb_outline Every Student Succeeds Act
attach_file High Quality Early Care and Education
attach_file Early Intervention
attach_file Supports for Families
attach_file Regular School Attendance
attach_file State Policy and Practice

Coordinating Services for Young Children and their Families Experiencing Homelessness Webinar Presentation

date_range 2020
library_books Presentation
lightbulb_outline Every Student Succeeds Act
attach_file Early Intervention
attach_file Supports for Families
attach_file Regular School Attendance
attach_file State Policy and Practice

Pathways Data Dashboard

date_range 2020
library_books Data tool
lightbulb_outline Every Student Succeeds Act
lightbulb_outline NC Campaign for Grade-Level Reading
lightbulb_outline Pathways to Grade-Level Reading
lightbulb_outline Think Babies™ NC
attach_file High Quality Early Care and Education
attach_file Local Policy and Practice
attach_file Healthy Birthweight
attach_file Social-Emotional Health
attach_file Physical Health
attach_file Early Intervention
attach_file Knowledgeable Parents
attach_file Parent-Child Interactions
attach_file Reading with Children
attach_file Supports for Families
attach_file Safe at Home
attach_file Regular School Attendance
attach_file Promotion to Next Grade
attach_file Summer Learning
attach_file State Policy and Practice

The Pathways Data Dashboard includes North Carolina data on more than 60 measures of child development that research shows influence third-grade reading scores. Whenever possible, the dashboard presents data at the state level, compared to national averages; at the county or school district level; by race and ethnicity; by income; by age; and over several years

The Pathways Data Dashboard supports a statewide effort to improve the collection, analysis and use of early childhood data in NC for young children, birth to age eight. It can be used by state and local policymakers, government agencies, community service providers, child advocacy organizations, Smart Start partnerships, Campaign for Grade-Level Reading communities and others to make data-informed decisions about investments in early childhood and changes to policies and practices that affect young children and their families

Leandro Report: Sound, Basic Education for All – An Action Plan for North Carolina

date_range 2019
library_books Report/Fact Sheet/Issue Brief
lightbulb_outline Pathways to Grade-Level Reading
lightbulb_outline Every Student Succeeds Act
attach_file High Quality Early Care and Education
attach_file Social-Emotional Health
attach_file Supports for Families
attach_file Regular School Attendance
attach_file Promotion to Next Grade
attach_file State Policy and Practice

Report by consultant group WestEd recommending how NC can meet its obligations under the Leandro court case.

NC School Superintendent Signing Attendance Proclamation

date_range 2019
library_books Press Release
lightbulb_outline NC Campaign for Grade-Level Reading
attach_file Regular School Attendance

AttendaNCe Counts: How Schools and Local Communities are Reducing Chronic Absence in North Carolina

date_range 2019
library_books Report/Fact Sheet/Issue Brief
attach_file High Quality Early Care and Education
attach_file Regular School Attendance

NCECF's 2019 AttendaNCe Counts report outlines results from a survey through EducationNC’s Reach NC Voices platform of 1,500 NC parents, preschool staff, elementary school staff and community providers. Respondents shared their impressions of their local attendance policies and practices, including around school environment, family engagement, communication, working with community partners, staff capacity, accuracy of attendance data and more.

NC Governor Cooper Attendance Awareness Month 2019 Proclamation

date_range 2019
library_books Report/Fact Sheet/Issue Brief
lightbulb_outline NC Campaign for Grade-Level Reading
lightbulb_outline Pathways to Grade-Level Reading
attach_file Regular School Attendance

NC Superintendents AttendaNCe Awareness Month Proclamation

date_range 2019
library_books Report/Fact Sheet/Issue Brief
attach_file Regular School Attendance

2019 AttendaNCe Counts Community Toolkit

date_range 2019
library_books Toolkit
lightbulb_outline NC Campaign for Grade-Level Reading
lightbulb_outline Pathways to Grade-Level Reading
attach_file Regular School Attendance

NCECF's new 2019 toolkit to support community partners in highlighting the importance of regular attendance in the early grades.

Pathways to Grade-Level Reading Action Framework

date_range 2019
library_books Report/Fact Sheet/Issue Brief
lightbulb_outline Pathways to Grade-Level Reading
attach_file High Quality Early Care and Education
attach_file Social-Emotional Health
attach_file Early Intervention
attach_file Parent-Child Interactions
attach_file Supports for Families
attach_file Regular School Attendance

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.