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Infographic 2016

A healthy childhood is the foundation for a healthy adulthood.

#BThru8 Infographics 

view link by Alliance for Early Success
Infographic 2016

Take advantage of rapid brain development to give young kids the skills they need to succeed.

#BThru8 Infographics 

view link by Alliance for Early Success
Infographic 2016

Family Support: Parents want to give their kids the best. Let's make sure they can.

#BThru8 Infographics 

view link by Alliance for Early Success
Op Ed 2016

Age 5 is too late: Public schools must focus on early learning

An example of an effective op-ed.

view link by Maryanne Kane, Newsweek
Infographic 2016

Are We at the Crossroads for Wisconsin Child Care? Policies in Conflict

A look at how child care subsity policy and QRIS systems can be in conflict.

view link by Wisconsin Council on Chidlren and Families
Report or Brief 2016

Are We at the Crossroads for Wisconsin Child Care? Policies in Conflict

A look at how child care subsity policy and QRIS systems can be in conflict.

view link by Wisconsin Council on Children and Families
Infographic 2016

Infographics on 2016 Polling Resuts Showing Bipartisan Support for ECE

Infogaphics from the national poll, as well as results from some states (Colorado, Florida, North Carolina, Ohio)

view link by First Five Years Fund
Fact Sheet 2016

Using Coordinated Data Systems to Guide Early Childhood Education Policies

A two-page fact sheet making the case for coordinated data systems.

view link by Early Childhood Data Collaborative
Infographic 2015

Every Chance for Every Child

Multiple infographics on how families of color face more barriers on the pathway to success.

view link by Colorado Children's Campaign
Fact Sheet 2015

5 Things to Know about Mental Wellness in Early Childhood

Since infants and toddlers form around 700 neural connections per second, stressful–or “adverse”–experiences during these years have the potential to influence brain development, especially if the experiences are ongoing or cumulative. 

view link by Child Trends