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
Pathways Presentation at the Forsyth Promise B-3rd Early Learning Network Quarterly Meeting
Use these detailed internal meeting agendas to bring together your local early learning partners in order to align your strategic planning efforts and collaborate on your shared community action plan.
This report highlights more than two years of work to foster better birth-through-third grade
alignment across North Carolina by encouraging inclusion of early childhood strategies in the
North Carolina state and local district plans for the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA).
This webinar highlighted the opportunities within CCIP to address early learning strategies and share examples of specific strategies and language to consider. The content was developed for Local Education Agencies staff. Presenters included Danielle Ewen, Senior Policy Advisor, Education Counsel and Carla Garrett, Title I Preschool Consultant, Office of Early Learning, NC Department of Public Instruction.
This presentation highlights the opportunities within CCIP to address early learning strategies and share examples of specific strategies and language to consider.
This document is designed to support Local Education Agencies as they develop their ESSA plan. It outlines opportunities throughout the 2018 Consolidated Application to include activities to support young children’s development beginning at birth. We recommend that district leaders review the application and this document with early childhood leaders in their community to develop a strong, coordinated plan that supports optimal development for all children in the community.