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Report or Brief 2015

Implementing the Child Care and Development Block Grant Reauthorization: State by State Fact Sheets

State-specific information related to the Child Care and Development Block Grant Reauthorization new requirements.

view link by Center for Law and Social Policy and National Women’s Law Center
Fact Sheet 2015

Child Care Assistance: A Vital Support for Working Families

Making the case for child care assistance, with information on funding access, and outcomes.

view link by Center for Law and Social Policy and National Women’s Law Center
Report or Brief 2015

Two Generational Strategies to Improve Immigrant Family and Child Outcomes

Highlights from the April 23-24, 2015 roundtable on Two-Generational Strategies convened by the Annie E. Casey Foundation and CLASP.

view link by Center for Law and Social Policy
50-State Data, Report or Brief 2015

From Crawling to Walking: Ranking States on Birth–3rd Grade Policies That Support Strong Readers

This report ranks states on 65 indicators in seven policy areas across the birth-through-third grade continuum that support children's learning and development, with a particular focus on language and literacy skills.

view link by New America
50-State Data, Fact Sheet, Infographic, Report or Brief 2015

Child Care in State Economies

Child Care in State Economies examines the child care industry’s effect on parents’ participation in the labor force, and provides extensive details regarding the industry’s economic impact on each state in the country.

view link by Committee for Economic Development
Report or Brief 2015

Stacking the Blocks: A Look at Integrated Data Strategies

Chapter 7 in a compendium of lessons learned from the Race to the Top Early Learning Challenge states.

view link by Early Childhood Data Collaborative
Report or Brief 2015

Roadmap for Early Childhood and K–12 Data Linkages

Securely linked early childhood and K–12 data can help policymakers know whether policies and programs help children successfully transition from early childhood to the classroom.

view link by Early Childhood Data Collaborative